Drake’s baby mama is showing off her fighting skills days after the rapper trashed her in a new freestyle.

Sophie Brussaux, mother to Drake’s son Adonis, shared a photo of her training at the Street Fight Training Academy in France. The academy focuses on training sports combat including MMA, JJB, Muay Thai, boxing and body training.

Brussaux is a regular at the gym and often trains with personal trainer Hamza Lavezzi. In the photo, Drake’s baby mama looks hardcore while holding a white belt in front of her.

She captioned the post, “My head when I know that I will go to the steamroller, O Master @hamzalavezzi ? … I was told “frustration is part of learning Brazilian jujitsu” thank you @street_fight_training_academy @hamzalavezzi @anthonyde_oliveira good and @ inonod0715 ?? COMING SOON THE SECOND BAR”

Drake’s ex Sophie Brussaux has spoken out about their son Adonis, joking that he doesn’t resemble his rapper dad. Sophie, believed to be a former adult film star, posted pictures of Adonis on Instagram around the same time the God’s Plan rapper revealed him to the world. The string of photos also included snaps of the three of them together, showing there is no bad blood between the former couple. In the pictures little Adonis poses on a beach, at the park and plays around with his adoring mum. She shared a message in French and English, noting how different her blonde-haired boy looks from both of his parents. The mum jokingly added on a picture of the three of them together with her and Drake’s hair edited to look blonde.

Who Is Hamza Lavezzi? Lavezzi’s Wikipedia

Hamza has not received much popularity, so this might be the reason for his absence on Wikipedia.

Hamza Lavezzi is a certified coach who is a teacher at the Street Fight Training Academy.

He is from France.

But, he is originally not from here. Hamza is an Islamic name; his ancestors might be from the middle east.

Drake’s Baby Mama’s Personal Trainer: Hamza Lavezzi

Hamza Lavezzi is the personal trainer of Sophie Brussaux. She is the baby mama of rapper Drake.

Sophie attends Hamza’s training academy in France. She has been posting a lot of pictures of herself training with Lavezzi.

Age And Height Of Hamza Lavezzi

Hamza Lavezzi has not talked about his age.

Like many of Hamza’s details, his height is also unknown. From the looks of his appearance in pictures, Hamza is not tall; he is short.

He is probably under 5 feet and 5 inches.

What Is Hamza Lavezzi’s Net Worth?

The official net worth of Hamza Lavezzi’s has not been published yet.

Hopefully, Hamza’s earnings will be revealed soon.

By the way, Hamza’s apprentice, Sophie Brussaux, bagged millions. She is worth more than $2 million, maybe close to $5 million.

And Sophie’s baby daddy, Drake, is even worth more. Drake has a net worth of roughly $200 million (according to CelebrityNetWorth)

Girlfriend Of Hamza Lavezzi

There are no accurate details of Hamza Lavezzi’s Girlfriend.

“Drake arrives with his adorable son Adonis to the Lakers basketball game at the Staples Center in LA”

He recently showed off his ripped physique in a rare shirtless selfie on Instagram.

But on Thursday night, Drake was seen accompanying his young son Adonis Graham to the Lakers basketball game at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.

The rapper, 34, looked characteristically stylish, in a brown and white knit oversized sweater and light chino pants.

On Thursday night: Drake was seen accompanying his young son Adonis Graham to the Lakers basketball game at the Staples Center in Los Angeles

Drake’s sweater also included a hood.

On his feet, he wore expensive-looking white sneakers.

The Canadian rapper, who boasts a whopping 47 Grammy nominations, sported diamond studs in his ears and a heart shape shaved into his hairline.

With a friend inside the venue: The rapper, 34, looked characteristically stylish, in a brown and white knit oversized sweater and light chino pants

Little Adonis, three, held his father‘s hand as they walked into the DTLA venue, wearing a Lakers jersey displaying the number 23 — the number of famed player LeBron James.

Adonis, whom Drake shares with artist Sophie Brussaux, also wore large headphones over his small ears.

He smiled brightly alongside his father as the pair walked into the stadium, wearing tight cornrow braids.

Smiling brightly: Little Adonis held his father‘s hand as they walked into the DTLA venue, wearing a Lakers jersey displaying the number 23 — the number of famed player LeBron James

Masks on: The Canadian rapper, who boasts a whopping 47 Grammy nominations, sported studs in his ears and a heart shape shaved into his hairline

The Los Angeles Lakers played the Phoenix Suns on Thursday night, in a game that counted as round 1, game 6 of the 2021 NBA playoffs.

The Drake sighting comes soon after a recent share on his Instagram Stories, where he is known as @champagnepapi.

He set pulses racing on Monday as he shared a shirtless selfie following a grueling boxing workout.

Montrezl Harrell on the court: The Los Angeles Lakers played the Phoenix Suns on Thursday night, in a game that counted as round 1, game 6 of the 2021 NBA playoffs

The mega-rapper showcased his ripped physique in nothing but black gym shorts, and flexed his biceps and six pack in a mirror snap.

The Artist of the Decade winner looked a force to be reckoned with both in and out of the gym, as he stood next to a punching bag with wrapped knuckles.

The Toronto native looked fresh from a training session as his body softly glistened in the mirror.

He modeled black shorts and a pair of black and white Nikes while working out with just one of his many chains around his neck.

‘When the mind starts to move into overthinking or fear, shift your attention right away to something bright. It doesn’t matter what has happened in the past or what is happening around us now, you can always make the choice to break free of the wheel of suffering and panic and open up to your own light.’ He continued: ‘We are powerful manifestors , so once you make the choice in the moment to shift your awareness to something good, it will show you in your reality. ‘Be conscious, especially right now of fears coming in from others, and recognize that not everything should be held by you. Laughter is your best medicine, but tears can also be a powerful release.

‘Let go of any judgment you may have around that. Remember that you are never alone, and if you need to be reminded of that ask for support and it will show up.’ The caption concluded: ‘Everything comes down to intention, and even though there are conflicting energies circling around us you must KNOW…It will rebuild. ‘But in order for that to happen, you have to do exactly that. Trust. ‘You have the biggest heart and that is your greatest gift. It’s impossible to always control your surroundings, but when you shift the focus to how you want to feel, everything will conspire to assist you.

‘I love and miss my beautiful family and friends and I can’t wait for the joyful day when we are all able to reunite. Until then please keep your lights on.’ Drake used his 2017 album Scorpion to reveal that he had become a dad after he and Sophie had a brief romance. Got a story? If you’ve got a celebrity story, video or pictures get in touch with the Metro.co.uk entertainment team by emailing us celebtips@metro.co.uk, calling 020 3615 2145 or by visiting our Submit Stuff page – we’d love to hear from you.

Drake’s Baby Mama Sophie Brussaux Shows Off Abs During Quarantine Workout

Drake’s baby mama Sophie Brussaux is flexing on social media during the Coronavirus quarantine. Sophie, the mother to Drake’s son Adonis, shared a boomerang clip of her in a grey shirt tied in a knot with workout pants. She flashes down to show off her rock-hard abs.

Drake’s ex is quite hardcore when it comes to the gym and often trains at the Street Fight Training Academy in France. She has shown she can throw quite a punch. While in self-isolation, Sophie posted a throwback model shot of her wearing white high waist slacks with a sheer black blouse. She is wearing an Egyptian eye necklace with diamond Chanel earrings.

Drake’s Baby Mama Sophie Brussaux Ready To Fight, Days After Rapper Dissed Her On Freestyle

Getty Drake’s baby mama is showing off her fighting skills days after the rapper trashed her in a new freestyle.

Sophie Brussaux, mother to Drake’s son Adonis, shared a photo of her training at the Street Fight Training Academy in France. The academy focuses on training sports combat including MMA, JJB, Muay Thai, boxing and body training. Brussaux is a regular at the gym and often trains with personal trainer Hamza Lavezzi. In the photo, Drake’s baby mama looks hardcore while holding a white belt in front of her. She captioned the post, “My head when I know that I will go to the steamroller, O Master @hamzalavezzi 😵 … I was told “frustration is part of learning Brazilian jujitsu” thank you @street_fight_training_academy @hamzalavezzi @anthonyde_oliveira good and @ inonod0715 😘😘 COMING SOON THE SECOND BAR”

Drake’s Baby’s Mother Is an Accomplished Artist and Not Exactly a ‘Fluke’

According to The Sun, Drake was first spotted with Sophie in 2017, when the two had dinner together in Amsterdam. (Reports also say they actually met in Toronto.) In May of that year, Sophie exclusively told celeb gossip site TMZ that Drake had texted her asking her to get an abortion. She was allegedly pregnant with his child. In June 2018, Drake finally admitted that Sophie was his “baby mama” and that the child was his.

First Impressions of Drake’s New Songs “When to Say When” and “Chicago Freestyle”

It’s become routine by now. In the middle of the night on any given weekend, you might get a text from a friend that says some version of: “Oh shit, new Drake.” Then you scramble and figure out if he decided to put it on Apple Music, SoundCloud, or YouTube this time around. This Saturday night, the text popped up at 11:23 p.m., alerting me to the news that Drake had dropped two songs on SoundCloud, “When to Say When” and “Chicago Freestyle,” along with a music video on YouTube. Without hesitation, I excused myself from drinks with my girlfriend and friends at a bar in Chinatown, and sat in a disgustingly small bathroom stall, listening to Drake’s latest two-pack on my phone. It’s not glamorous, and I’m not entirely proud of it, but this is new Drake we’re talking about. Late-night surprise releases from this guy feel like holidays at this point. Everything else can wait.

This time, the songs were bundled with a music video that shows Drake defiantly running around New York City and making a stop at Marcy Projects in Brooklyn, where he was spotted in early February. The tracks themselves include a couple nods to other rappers, including a sample of JAY-Z’s “Song Cry” and an interpolation of Eminem’s “Superman.” After running these songs back a few more times at an irresponsibly high volume in my apartment at 2:30 a.m., I wrote down some first impressions of Drake’s latest loosies.

“When to Say When” is a ‘life talk’ song from Drake During his December interview with Rap Radar, Drake spoke about an unreleased song that he had sent to hosts Elliott Wilson and B.Dot before their conversation. He referred to it as one of those tracks where he’s “just givin’ those life talks” and joked that he sent it to them “just to show I can still rap.” That song is “When to Say When,” and it lives up to his description. At this point in his career, we all know Drake can make any kind of song he wants, but his core fans still have a soft spot for the times he gets introspective and raps for minutes at a time without worrying about hooks. So on “When to Say When,” he makes use of the format to talk his shit, flexing about chart success and comparing himself to Michael Jackson. He also starts to figure out how to rap about his son in a more natural way, dropping lines like, “I will split heads and break necks for my little man” and “Baby mama fluke, but I love her for who she is.”

Earlier in his career, these “life talk” songs sometimes suffered from getting a little too mopey for their own good, but on “When to Say When,” he delivers everything with more swagger, even when he’s addressing vulnerable aspects of his life. The best life talks always come from people who are confident with their own place in life—or at least from people who sound confident—and that’s what Drake pulls off here. Drake has transformed himself into rap’s Terminator in recent years, but he’s also somehow figured out how to harness his new indestructible, on-top-of-the-world perspective and use it to make his introspective songs even better, instead of completely falling out of touch with this side of himself. After seeing so many artists become completely unrelatable once they reach this level of fame, Drake’s ability to adapt, while still making his core fans happy, becomes even more remarkable. This feels like watching an underdog team earn an upset win in the first round of a basketball tournament, only to use that confidence to get even better and knock another team in the mouth the next round. Drake’s in championship mode.

Drake is thinking a lot about his rap legacy Drake knows the importance of presentation. It’s no accident that he filmed this video in New York City, made a stop at Marcy Projects, sampled a JAY-Z song, and interpolated lyrics from Eminem’s “Superman.” It’s not a fluke that, in the lead-up to an album that will likely include a lot of pop songs, he’s made sure to drop loosies in which he focuses intently on one thing: rapping. Drake’s commercial success is undeniable by now, and he’s become the biggest pop star in the world. But you get the feeling that he still cares about earning the respect of core hip-hop fans who still don’t fully respect him as a rapper. These non-album loosies were uploaded to SoundCloud and YouTube, which means they won’t earn him much money. And they’re not melodic hits that will go from SoundCloud to No. 1 on Billboard, like “Hotline Bling” did. But they’re here to serve a purpose. To borrow Drake’s own words, they’re “to show I can still rap.”

By presenting himself in hip-hop’s birthplace, New York City, and posing by Marcy Projects, Drake is taking very deliberate steps to appeal to a certain type of traditional hip-hop fan. He also appears to be very aware of his place among rap’s pecking order right now, as he dedicates large chunks of “When to Say When” to address the competition: “How you plan to make it to the top by just fittin' it?/How you plan to take a nigga’s spot by just givin' in?/How you gon' treat this shit like you gon' get to live again?/How you gettin' hype off one hit? Do that shit again.” As we enter a new decade, it’s very clear that Drake is focused on maintaining his place at the top of rap.

The importance of Drake’s duality Drake is the master of the two-pack. He’s the kind of artist who can do everything well, but understands that trying to do all those things in one song is a mistake. So, he drops two-packs and makes double albums instead. By releasing “When to Say When” and “Chicago Freestyle” at the same time, he’s able to show two sides at once: the confident rapper who can hit you over the head with a three-minute onslaught of bars, and the emotionally in-tune storyteller. During his Rap Radar interview, Drake explained that he’s one of the only rappers who has to satisfy two totally different audiences at once. “I have to do two things every album,” he said. “I have to give the people that like to hear the singing enough to hold on to, and I have to give LeBron enough bars.” The way in which he approaches this duality will become extremely important for the rest of his career, and two-packs like this are a perfect way to handle it.

Giveon introduces himself Seconds into “Chicago Freestyle,” a hauntingly beautiful voice delivers the extremely Chicago line: “Two thirty baby, won’t you meet me by The Bean?/Too early, maybe later you can show me things.” On first listen, most people assumed the voice was coming from Sampha, who Drake previously collaborated with on “The Motion.” But it turns out “Chicago Freestyle” actually features a young artist named Giveon, who tweeted: “That’s not Sampha!! That’s me!! Spread the word!!” For Drake fans who are just now getting introduced to Giveon, he is an up-and-coming singer from Long Beach, California, who has been turning heads with stop-you-in-your-tracks vocals on songs like “Like I Want You” and “Heartbreak Anniversary.” Get familiar!

Overall thoughts Sure, it gets a little tiring to read a million tweets that say, “Drake really the GOAT, for real,” every time he drops something new. But it’s also becoming more difficult to argue against that sentiment. After a first listen of Drake’s latest two-pack, the main takeaway here is that he’s fine-tuning his old tricks to make music that’s getting even better as the years go on. By abandoning traditional release strategies, he has figured out ways to share music that suits him instead of adapting to the industry, and we’re getting great music because of it. It would be a waste of time to try and draw conclusions about the direction of his next project from loosies like this, but if these are the songs that didn’t make the album, it’s exciting to hear what he’s saving for it. Drake’s charged up right now, and these songs just raised our expectations for his next album.

Drake – Chicago Freestyle Lyrics

About “Chicago Freestyle” “Chicago Freestyle” released simultaneously with Drizzy’s “When To Say When.” Drake dedicates his lyrics to the lessons he learned on his come-up and reflects on the various mistakes he made in his past relationships. The song came about as Giveon was on tour with Snoh Aalegra and decided to make a freestyle for every city he visited, hence “Chicago Freestyle”. The title’s usage may or may not be a reference to Drake’s AM/PM series as a result, which contains similar elements. This would mark Drizzy’s first addition to the mini grouping since June 2016’s “4PM in Calabasas,” as he continues to revisit his past and focuses on lyricism.

While Drake is from Toronto, Canada and has no official connection to Chicago, it is likely that Drizzy recorded the single in the “Windy City,” as his AM/PM series typically were named based on location.

DRAKE UNDER FIRE FOR CALLING BABY MAMA A ‘FLUKE’ IN NEW SONG

Drake is catching the heat after calling his baby’s mama, Sophie Brussaux, a “fluke” in one of his new songs. Some critics are going bananas in rebuke of the Canadian rapper. Drake released two new tracks – ‘When To Say When’ and ‘Chicago Freestyle’ – last Saturday (February 29). Fans liked the rapper’s ‘Chicago Freestyle’ single. Listeners took issue with ‘When To Say When’ after hearing Drake say, “Baby mama fluke, but I love her for who she is.” Many fans, who believed such reference was meant to be a jab, expressed disdain for Drake speaking of Sohpie in such a manner.

“Drake is rude as h*ll,” one critic tweeted. “[She] has never said anything bad about you … and she’s a fluke?! He needs to be slapped.” Another critic wrote, “Drake really called his baby mom fluke then said he loves her for who she is. The toxic meter going off.” It is no secret that Drake and Sophie do not have the best co-parenting relationship. The celebrity father told LeBron James that positive communication with Sophie was a work in progress during an episode of The Shop in 2018. “I’m still learning to communicate with a woman who, you know, we’ve had our moments,” Drake admitted. “I do want to be able to explain to my son what happened,” the celebrity father revealed. “But I don’t have any desire for him to not love his mother,” Drake explained.

“I don’t ever want the world to be angry at his mother. We have found ourselves in a situation and we are both equally responsible. Now, I’m just really excited to be a great father.” Drake and Sophie Brussaux have one child, Adonis Graham, together. Stay tuned for more celebrity co-parenting news! Photo: Getty Images