See Drake's Alleged Baby Mama Star On 'Real Mistresses of Atlanta' TV Show

By Isha Thorpe

May 31, 2018

**WARNING: Explicit language**

More news about Drake's alleged secret baby is surfacing by the minute. On Thursday (May 31) morning, we reported that the rapper has been financially supporting his newborn son since his birth. This news contradicted what Pusha T said in "The Story of Adidon," his diss track for Drizzy, where Pusha called him a "deadbeat."

Pusha rapped: "We talkin' character, let me keep with the facts/ You are hiding a child, let that boy come home/ Deadbeat mothaf**ka, playin' border patrol, ooh/ Adonis is your son/ And he deserves more than an Adidas press run, that's real/ Love that baby, respect that girl."

But, TMZ stated: "Sources close to Drake tell us the rapper's been cutting checks to ensure Sophie Brussaux -- the woman Pusha T claims Drake has a secret son with -- lives comfortably. We're told Drake's been supporting Sophie since she gave birth, and just before that as well." 

As time goes on, more developments are being revealed about Drake's alleged baby and his alleged baby mama. That brings us to an old trailer for a reality TV show that Sophie Brussaux was once on. According to a new TMZ report, the woman, whose stage name is Roseè Divine, was featured on a 2012 show titled "Real Mistresses of Atlanta," which shed light on the lives of side chicks. 

In one of the scenes, Divine was seen having a relationship with an unknown basketball player. TMZ claims that in the trailer "she's seen talking to an anonymous NBA player over the phone, and he tells her to buy a condo she liked. The implication is pretty clear ... he's married, but he's also Sophie's sugar daddy."

Mickey 'Memphitz' Wright -- who's the ex-husband of Toya Wright and the ex-boyfriend of K. Michelle -- produced the show. Even though he shot it and tried selling it to a TV network, it never ended up getting purchased. 

Take a look at the "Real Mistresses of Atlanta" trailer featuring Drake's alleged baby mama above. Start at the 6:18 mark!

Photo: YouTube/cbanks bossip

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