Even the city of Miami got in on the action, sharing a video of Drake leaving the store to cheering fans on the city's official Twitter account. "BE GOOD AND IT'LL COME RIGHT BACK AROUND! so much love and bless this man 100 times over for all his generosity", wrote one fan who was also able to get a selfie with Drake.
For the rapper's latest good deed, he dropped in on some unsuspecting shoppers at a Miami supermarket and, you know, casually spent over $50,000 paying for strangers' groceries.
"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", she wrote.
Drake posed with a giant check, which Lotus Women's Shelter shared on Instagram on Wednesday.
Local ABC affiliate WPLG reported that the rapper - who appeared at Miami Senior High School in South Florida to film a video for his hit single "God's Plan" - not only let students appear as extras in the visual, but also donated a whopping $25,000 to the institution and announced that all students would be given uniforms designed by the OVO clothing founder himself.More news: One of Trump's religious advisors posted a video tirade against flu shots
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"Thank you Drake for the incredible surprise", the shelter wrote on its Facebook page.
Drake showed up to present her with the check after reading an essay she submitted to receive a scholarship previous year. I received those scholarships and thought that was the end of it.
"Apparently, my essay and my story made it to other departments", says James. This was the surprise the whole time.
When asked by ABC News if she had a message for Drake, she said, "Thank you". He told me that he had to run off to shoot the video. OK, Drake, we see you and your big heart. Thank you so much. "I just kept saying God always has a plan". Thank you for blessing me when I thought my hard work was going unnoticed.