Drake is sharing his improvement! The rapper wants everyone to see his “confident steps,” following his knee surgery and the long way to recovery.
The 34-year-old Canadian singer was forced to go into surgery in October, with the purpose of repairing a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL).
The artist first injured his knee in 2009 during his America’s Most Wanted tour and has been having a series of issues since then.
Drake shared a photo on social media in late October, wearing a brace on his right knee but did not give any update to his fans, including details of the surgery.
However he captioned the image with an inspirational message, showing his positive outlook, stating “I actually want to use this post to send love and motivation to anybody else that 2020 let loose on. Start writing the best bounce back story NOW.”
The acclaimed singer and father is finally giving a long-awaited update, explaining to the public on his personal Instagram account that he is back on his feet after a successful surgery.
He wrote, “SOME CONFIDENT STEPS at 5 WEEKS,” walking inside his mansion in Toronto and demonstrating his followers that he will be back to normal in little to no time.
Drake also took the opportunity to tag three NFL players that are on the same journey, after suffering similar knee injuries, including the rapper Benny the Butcher who was shot in the leg last month.
Keeping the positive vibes, the rap star sent his love and added “Hope all of you are healing up well.”