Drake's courtside behavior is well documented. An avid sports fans, he has a tendency to get carried away — especially while watching his hometown Toronto Raptors — even going so far as to interact with players and coaches.

Now that he's a dad, Drake has other sporting events to look forward to, ones where he'll get to cheer on his son, Adonis. If you're wondering, though, he plans to bring the same exact behavior to his son's games as he does to big league outings.

Drake recently responded to a viral Instagram post of a kid executing an insane play on the football pitch, shedding some insight on how he'll act at Adonis' games. "Nahhhhh if Adonis ever does this I'm for sure getting fined by the Calabasas Youth Soccer Foundation for making a scene," he said, trolling himself about his infamous sideline antics.

Drake has been known to (lightheartedly) get into it with the likes of Kevin Durant and Giannis Antetokounmpo, among others, while attending NBA games. He's even trolled fellow fans and the daughter of Milwaukee Bucks owner Wes Edens, so it won't be too surprising to see him interacting with soccer moms and suburban dads at his son's upcoming sporting events.

Drake recently spoke with Lil Wayne about his son on Weezy's Young Money Apple Music show. Specifically, he recalled posting a picture of Adonis for the first time.

“It was great to just share that with the world and it wasn’t even anything I talked about or anything I planned," he said. "I just woke up one morning and I was like, ‘You know what, this is just something that I wanna do.’ I wanna be able to go places with my son, share memories with my son.”

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