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Drake Gives Miami Student $50000 Scholarship

08 February 2018

He bestowed more than a hundred thousand dollars in checks on a number of establishments in Miami while filming his music video for latest release "God's Plan", which is now at the top of the Spotify and Billboard charts.

Deza said that the rumor going around the sore was that the music man was doing the good deed as part of his upcoming music video for "God's Plan".

"It's the first time somebody like Drake comes in the store", store manager Jose Hernandez told 7 News Miami.

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Drake went to the Sabor Tropical Supermarket and announced on the intercom that he would pay for everyone's groceries.

A student from the University of Miami got a massive surprise from hip-hop artist Drake. Hell, one dude's bill alone was $754, although it's hard to say how much was in his cart before Drake announced he'd be paying for everybody's shit.

"Drake told me that he has read great things about me and appreciates how hard I've worked through so many trials and chose to give me $50K for my tuition", James wrote in an emotional Instagram post.

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Drizzy dropped by Lotus House - Miami's only shelter for homeless women and children - and dished out toys and games to 140 kids Tuesday. @champagnepapi THANK YOU SO MUCH!' You don't understand what this means to me! "I would've never imagined this happening to me".

This happened today. I applied to scholarships previous year for which I had to write an essay. I'm just a girl from Denmark, South Carolina that wants to MAKE IT and be somebody and for [Drake] to see my hard work means the world. Obviously, I don't have the low-down on God's actual plan, but I'm pretty sure it doesn't involve Drake.

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Drake Gives Miami Student $50000 Scholarship