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Rapper Drake turns Good Samaritan, gifts $25,000 to pregnant fan at Texas concert


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Canadian rapper Drake’s gesture at his recent concert is winning hearts.
The rapper helped out yet another fan by granting their wish at his concert in San Antonio, Texas as a part of his It’s All a Blur Tour.
In a video shared on X (formerly Twitter), 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?” reports ‘People’ magazine.
The poster was a nod to the track off his latest album ‘For All the Dogs’, which features Sexyy Red and SZA.
“Well first of all, I don’t wanna offend your real baby daddy, but I would love to — first of all, get you out of the pit so we can put you somewhere safe like the VIP or some s***”, he told the fan.
“Cause you can’t be pregnant getting bounced around. When I start playing some of these slappers, we can’t have you getting pushed around.”
As per ‘People’, Drake then offered the fan a gift, as he said amid roaring applause, “Second of all, I’d love to give you $25,000 so you can be a rich baby mama.”
The ‘First Person Shooter’ rapper has made something of a habit of offering generous gifts to fans in his audiences over the last six months. (IANS)


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