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All of the Times Drake Has Been Charitable With Fans on His Big as the What? Tour

The rapper has been sharing his wealth with fans at his shows, paying off everything from health bills to mortgages.

Drake has been a charitable man. He turned his generosity into the theme of his diamond-certified “God’s Plan” video in 2018, which found the 6 God giving away thousands of dollars to families in need.

Years later, Drizzy has continued to level up his bank account and is making sure to give back to those who give him their endless support.

A few instances of him blessing fans went viral on his It’s All a Blur Tour in 2023, and he’s nearly made it a nightly occurrence on the Big as the What? Tour leg with J. Cole, which kicked off in Tampa Bay, Fla., on Feb. 2, and wraps up in New Jersey in April.

Drake’s always had a special connection to the OVO faithful as they continue this nearly two-decade journey, but these days, it’s going to another level.

Fans have brought posters, notes and more to shows hoping to get the 6 God’s attention. As a result, Drake has turned the altruism into part of his set while shouting out some of his favorites and gifting them with cash — sometimes dishing out more than six figures.

“The way we give back is legit. It’s on the ground,” he told Rap Radar in 2019. “It’s not so you guys can all double tap and say, ‘Wow!’”

Drake’s generosity touched numerous OVO fans on the 2024 trek and changed their lives forever. Below, find all of the charitable moves the 6 God has made on his It’s All A Blur – Big as the What? Tour.

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