Footage from the show sees Brussaux, who has a son with OVO co-founder, enjoying some drinks in the VIP area of the AccorHotels Arena during Wednesday night's Assassination Vacation Tour stop.
According to a Thursday morning report on the show from TMZ, Brussaux was given an all-access pass to the show. Furthermore, the two have "maintained a positive relationship" since the 2017 birth of Adonis, who was revealed to the public by way of Pusha-T during last year's infamous surgical summer back-and-forth.
As spotted by fans Thursday, Drake also appears to have recently gotten a tattoo in honor of Adonis:
Back in December, Brussaux stepped in with some words of support for Drake in light of one of that year's many Kanye-related controversies. The comments were in response to a tweet from Ariana Grande in which she lamented "grown men arguing online" just as she and Miley Cyrus were dropping "beautiful new songs." In the comments section of a Shade Room post about the tweet, Brussaux said she would "hardly call Kanye arguing with himself 'grown men.'"
The Assassination Vacation Tour previously made headlines when fans noted that "Don't Matter to Me," a Scorpion track featuring previously unheard Michael Jackson vocals, was absent from the opening night setlist. Though Drake hasn't addressed it specifically, the move came following HBO's airing of the controversial two-part documentary Leaving Neverland in which Jackson was accused of sexually abusing James Safechuck and Wade Robson as children.
The tour next hits Paris for two more shows. See a full list of dates below.