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Drake Offers To Pay For Fan’s Surgery

by Cedric ‘BIG CED’ Thornton

Drake promised to cover the hospital bill of a fan who asked for assistance at his St. Louis tour stop.

Canadian superstar Drake was in a giving mood at a recent stop on It’s All a Blur – As Big As the What?” Tour. While performing in St. Louis, the “Best You Ever Had” rapper promised to cover the hospital bill of a fan who displayed a sign in the audience asking for financial assistance from the recording artist.

According to Complex, Drake’s generosity was extended to a fan attending the Enterprise Arena show. After noticing the audience member with a sign, he stopped the show, saying, “You got a sign that says, ‘Please help me with my surgery.’ I don’t know what kinda surgery you need, sir. I really don’t. But I’ma let you know, from me to you, St. Louis love, we gon’ take care whatever the surgery is. We gonna help you out because we want you to be at the next show with us. You gotta show us love.”

“I love you and I wish you the best. Nashville, make some noise for her one more time.”

@liketoknowlauren 100k?!?! ARE YOU KIDDING ME!!! Forever grateful for you @champagnepapi✨ #drake #itsallablurtour #fyp #viral ♬ original sound – Lauren

Schwallier told The Tennessean that she is in contact with Drake’s team and is waiting for them to complete the deal.

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Source: Black Enterprise

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