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Drake Offers to Pay Off Mortgage of Fan’s Deceased Mother

Drake showcased his philanthropic spirit by offering to pay off the mortgage for the home of a fan’s deceased mother during a performance.

On March 2, amid the beats and melodies of Drake’s “It’s All A Blur – Big As the What?” tour, the Toronto rapper once again showcased his philanthropic spirit by offering to pay off the mortgage for the home of a fan’s deceased mother during a performance at the T-Mobile Center in Kansas City, Missouri, according to Complex.

In a heartwarming moment that unfolded on March 2, Drake paused the concert to engage with the crowd, during which he received a note from a fan detailing the difficult situation. Reading aloud from the note, Drake shared, “You said, ‘[Pay] off my mom’s house, rest in peace.’ Your mom passed away? Alright. And you owe… Oh, this is the outstanding balance right here.” The rapper’s genuine concern for the fan’s plight was evident as he continued, “This is a lot of money right here.”

The rapper expressed his commitment to cover the entire expense “out of my pocket,” emphasizing the personal nature of this generous act. “That’s gonna come from me,” Drake assured the fan. He also took a moment to pay respects, saying, “Rest in peace to your momma. Hold on, wait. Rest in peace to Jennifer Schumer. Rest in peace. I love you.”

Drake’s actions highlight his ongoing commitment to using his influence and success to bring joy and relief to those facing challenging circumstances. As the “It’s All A Blur – Big As the What?” tour continues, fans can anticipate more moments of genuine connection and compassion from the acclaimed rapper.

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Source: Black Enterprise

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