Drake donates $25,000 to pregnant fan at concert, his money and generosity are unlimited

Throughout his It’s All a Blur Tour with J. Cole, the rapper has showered fans with extravagant presents.

Drake is an infinitely giving person.

The rapper helped out another fan at the Frost Bank Financial Center event on Saturday in San Antonio, Texas. This was the most recent request he had fulfilled as part of his joint tour, It’s All a Blur Tour, with J. Cole.

In reference to the song from his most recent album For All the Dogs, which features Sexyy Red and SZA, Drake, 37, struck up a conversation with a female fan in the crowd who was holding up a poster that said, “I’m five months pregnant, can you be my Rich Baby Daddy?” in a video that was posted on X (formerly Twitter).

“Well, first of all, I would love to get you out of the pit so we can put you somewhere safe like the VIP or some s—,” he said to the fan, trying not to anger her genuine baby daddy. “Because being tossed around while pregnant is not possible. We can’t have you being shoved about when I start playing some of these slappers.”

Then, to thunderous applause, Drake extended a present to the fan, saying, “Second of all, I’d love to give you $25,000 so you can be a rich baby mama.”

Over the past six months, the rapper known as “First Person Shooter” has developed a habit of bestowing lavish gifts upon his followers during his live performances. He carried a pink Hermés Birkin bag onto the Los Angeles stage in August and looked around the audience to choose a fortunate recipient.

“Drake aint cheap!” he exclaimed to the crowd before gesturing to a spectator and giving them the high-end pocketbook, which typically sells for between $10,000 and $30,000: “This girl over here.”

Drake offered $50,000 in October to a fan who had been planning to see the event with his fiancée, but the two had recently broken up.

Drake responded, “I like that sign,” in a fan-captured video. “Tonight is a wonderful time to pick that sign. I usually try to be kind to wоmen. I’ll do a good deed, like give away a bag or some other stuff.”

“But my bro right here, he said, ‘I spent all my savings buying tickets for me and my ex, but Honestly, Nevermind, it’s really Her Loss,’” The musician read the sign again, noticing references to Honestly, Nevermind and Her Loss, two of his album names.

“So, she’s not coming with you this evening? Is she not coming to the Drake show with you tonight? What the Ԁevil is wrong with this woman? He said so before presenting the ultimate consolation award to the fortunate concertgoer.

“What do you know? You’re going to flex on her tonight, and she’s going to feel pretty f—ed up because I’m going to give you fifty bands.”

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