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Drake gifts ₹42 lakh to fan who spent furniture money on rapper’s concert tickets

During his event, Drake was speaking to the audience when he observed a fan holding an unusual placard.

Drake returned the favour to a superfan by presenting them $50,000 at one of his most recent shows. Drake was speaking to the crowd at the ‘It’s All a Blur Tour’ stop in Las Vegas on Sunday, September 3 when he observed a fan holding an odd placard.

“He got a sign that says, ‘Drake, I spent my furniture money on your two shows, OVO for life,'” according to aceshowbiz.com, which he read out to other concertgoers.


Following that, he decided to compensate the fan with $50,000. “You know what I mean, my man. “I’m going to give you 50 bands tonight cause I love you,” he informed the fan as the audience cheered.

The ‘In My Feelings’ hitmaker went on to give a message to the audience, explaining why they need to treat others with kindness. “Hey, listen,” he began: “This is what life is about. I’m trying to teach you something now. I want you to understand something tonight. You never know what the next person is going through. You never know what the person in front of you, to the left of you, to the right of you, behind you, is going through.”

Drake had previously surprised a lucky fan with a lavish present. Last month, when playing in Los Angeles, the ‘Hotline Bling’ rapper gave one concertgoer a pink Hermes Birkin bag. “Drake ain’t cheap!” he could be heard laughing as he approached the audience from the stage, holding the medium-sized handbag in one hand.

After giving the luxurious bag, he did not forget to give a suggestion for the fan’s safety. “Make sure she has security on the way out,” he stated.

Later that month, Drake gave fans free tickets to his tour after a last-minute cancellation of his event in Vancouver, Canada. The 36-year-old organised a scavenger hunt on his website, with individuals who found specific codes on the platform receiving free tickets.