The rapper kept encouraging everyone to buy more.
Drake's random acts of kindness around Miami are rumoured to be part of his upcoming music video for his single, God's Plan. Several people posted on Instagram this week that Drake surprised them Tuesday in a Sabor Tropical Supermarket in Miami Beach and paid for their groceries. His crew had been setting up cameras, but no one knew what was going to happen, according to Guille Deza, one of the shoppers.
Students sang along with the star as he gave a mini performance on the terrace at the student centre, with the university newspaper tweeting a video. "Thank you for your generosity @Drake #umiami". You don't understand what this means to me! I would've never imagined this happening to me.
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"God's Plan" also dethroned Taylor Swift's song "Look What You Made Me Do" from the top of the music charts. Thank you so much. I kept saying is it you? You are so great and incredible! She received the scholarship but did not expect to get a cash reward from the singer. I'm living out my dreams.
He then went on to the University of Miami and surprised student Destiny James with a $50,000 scholarship. He also visited Miami Senior High School and brought with him a $25,000 donation. "It was unbelievable and unexpected. He texted me, he was like, 'We got one, '" said Cardo. At Miami Senior High that's where. "God's Plan" was released alongside "Diplomatic Immunity" on January 24.
"This is a story that too many artists, musicians, and designers identify with", Fletcher said in a statement.