New York rapper French Montana always makes time for his mini-me. The hip-hop star went online this week to share an epic moment hanging out alongside his son.

Big Facts

Heading into the weekend, French went to Instagram with a daddy duties instance. In the pic, they’re sitting on the sidelines of an indoor basketball court.

“Let’s get em Kruz”

High-Key Details

His son’s Instagram page currently has three pics on it. One of the posts includes his and French’s recent ESQUIRE magazine cover feature.

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Ball is life 🏀

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More to come💙💙

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Long time no see..😉

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Wait, There’s More

In September 2019, Montana dished on being a great dad to his mini-me Kruz. He also credited his son for helping fuel his work grind.

“It made me feel comfortable. Comfortable to do what I do. I work to make sure that he never has to go through what I went through. I worked on the street; I got shot; I struggled; I watched my mother struggle—and knowing that the work I do means that he doesn’t have to have worry about stuff like that, that makes me comfortable. I’ll always make sure of that. … My son’s life and my life are very different. My life always been about making money and holding grudges. I don’t know what his is going to be like. I don’t know if he’ll even still be talking to me in 16 years’ time!” (Esquire) 

Before You Go

French also talked about his son’s future. In addition to getting his hustle side from him, French believes Kruz’s smart side comes from his mom’s genes.

“My son is lucky to be raised the way he is. He gets his knowledge from his mother—she is smart and graduated from college—and then from me he gets the hustle. He’s one-of-a-kind. He’s advanced too. The other day he had to do a project that should have taken two weeks, but said he could do it in two days! That’s slick. I know that he gets that from me. … I want him to go to college. I want him to have the chance to study and be what he wants to be, I didn’t get the chance to do that. I wanted to get a basketball scholarship and go to college, but I didn’t have the opportunity or the right paperwork to do it.” (Esquire)