Cheryl reveals son Bear loves to listen to the rapper Drake on his very own laptop

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  • Cheryl has revealed Bear’s favourite singer but it’s probably not who you’re expecting…

    Mum-of-one Cheryl likes to keep her son out of the limelight. Despite having two very famous parents, we know very little about Cheryl and Liam Payne’s son, who was born in March last year.

    Sometimes Cheryl and Liam, who split in July, give away little nuggets of information about their son and Cheryl’s latest confession proves her and Liam’s musical influence has rubbed off on baby Bear.

    The Love Made Me Do It singer has revealed that Bear’s favourite singer is not her or Liam but Canadian rapper Drake!

    Little Bear has his own Spotify account but Baby Shark and nursery rhymes are not at the top of his most played list.

    Instead it seems the two-year-old has hits from Drake on loop as Cheryl said he is ‘obsessed’.

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    During an interview on the Nicky Byrne Show Cheryl explained: ‘He [Bear] has Spotify… I gave him a little laptop and he loves music. He is obsessed… he loves Drake.’

    Some of Drakes biggest hits include Hot Line Bling, God’s Plan and In My Feelings.

    This is one of the few pictures we’ve seen of little Bear

    The hit most kids are listening to at the moment doesn’t seem to be allowed on Bear’s playlist though…

    Yes, if you’ve been suffering for months due to the catchy tune of Baby Shark, you’ll understand why Cheryl is hesitant to introduce it to her son.

    During the X Factor final Simon Cowell hired the Internet sensation to open the show but Cheryl said: ‘I’ve not even gone there with Baby Shark. When I heard it, it was in my head for days… so no.’

    What do you think of Bear’s musical interest? Would you let your little one listen to Drake’s music despite the often rude and raunchy lyrics? We’d love to know what you think, head over to our Facebook page to join the discussion!