Drake’s flying sperm spectacle hasn’t really impressed John Legend’s wife Chrissy Teigen, who said that she was bummed it wasn’t bigger.

Drizzy’s airborne sperm parade first made headlines when he and 21 Savagekicked off their It’s All A Blur Tour in Chicago in July.

And while Teigen was pumped to see the floating object for herself during the 6 God’s concert in Los Angeles on Tuesday (August 22), she admitted that she was slightly disappointed to discover that it’s a lot smaller than she was expecting.

“Drake! I met the flying spermatozoa backstage!” Teigen wrote on Instagram alongside a selfie from the show. “Much smaller than I imagined but still very impactful.”

The model, who is known for her sense of humor, then posted a picture of her standing alongside the sperm in question backstage, which by any measure was still fairly large.

Check out both posts below:

Drake has had no shortage of A-list guests during his It’s All A Blur Tour, but the L.A. crowd went particularly crazy on Monday night (August 21) when the 6 God entered the Crypto.com Arena alongside LeBron James and his son Bronny.

The NBA superstar dapped up Drizzy as he descended the arena steps alongside Bronny, who was recently hospitalized after suffering a cardiac arrest during a basketball workout with the University of Southern California. Along the way, Drake even took a moment to sign two copies of his poetry book Titles Ruin Everything.

In other news, Drake revealed the cover art for his new album For All the Dogs earlier this week, tapping none other than his five-year-old son Adonis to design it.

The artwork depicts a drawing of white dog with glowing red eyes set in front of a black background, setting a menacing tone for the OVO hitmaker’s next project.

“FOR ALL THE DOGS,” he wrote in his Instagram caption. “Cover by Adonis.”

The unorthodox cover caught the eye of his followers, with fans and peers alike flooding his comments section with their reactions.

The Game, Sexyy Red, Hit-Boy, Jim Jones and Juelz Santana all co-signed Adonis’ illustration with fire emojis, while A$AP Nast wrote: “That ain’t no damn dog that’s a demon!”

While a release date has yet to be confirmed, the album is rumored to arrive on Friday (August 25).

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