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Drake promises to pay off fan's late mother's mortgage worth $160,000 during concert

He told the whole crowd that he would be paying that amount out of his pocket to help out the fan in need.

Drake promises to pay off fan's late mother's mortgage worth $160,000 during concert
Cover Image Source: Rapper Drake performs onstage during "Lil Baby & Friends Birthday Celebration Concert" at State Farm Arena (Photo by Prince Williams/Getty Images)

It takes compassion to see others' needs and do something about them. It could be providing support in tough times or helping financially when they require it and that's what Drake did. The rapper is known for helping people. He was recently performing at the T-Mobile Center in Kansas City, Missouri when he promised a fan that he would pay off his late mother's mortgage. In a video posted on X, Drake can be seen picking up a chit from his fan. He then reads it and says, "This is it? You said, '[Pay] off my mom's house, rest in peace.' Your mom passed away? Alright. And you owe...Oh, this is an outstanding balance right here."

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"This is a lot of money right here. But you know what, Imma pay off your momma's house for you," Drake promises as the crowd starts to cheer for him after hearing this. The rapper later revealed to the crowd that he would pay $160,000 for the cause. "Imma pay out of my pocket. That's gonna come from me. Rest in peace to your momma," Drake says. "Hold on, wait. Rest in peace to Jennifer Schumer. Rest in peace. I love you."


It comes days after he gave a fan $25,000 at his concert in Buffalo. He had noticed a fan in the audience with the sign, "Beat stage four cancer just in time for Drake #godsplan," reports WIVB. "That's a true soldier right there," Drake said. "Y'all better make some motherf----- noise." Last month at his concert in St.Louis, Drake paused the concert when he saw a person holding a sign asking for help for an upcoming surgery. “I don’t know what kinda surgery you need, sir. I don’t but I’ma let you know from me to you St. Louis love, we gon’ take care whatever the surgery is,” he promised. “We gonna help you out because we want you to be at the next show with us. You gotta show us love,” per KansasCityStar.


A week before that at his show in Nashville, he called a fan who had completed chemotherapy a "true soldier" and gave her a voucher for $100,000. He said from the stage, "I hope my manager doesn’t kill me ’cause I’ve never really done this much, but, listen, I want you to cash this in at the end of the night. We’re gonna give you $100,000. I love you and I wish you the best.”

Other than giving money to his fans on tour, he also gave a closer look at his family in recent weeks, per PEOPLE. Last week, he shared a sweet moment with his mother, Sandi Graham. He posted a picture on Instagram of her at one of his ongoing tours called, "It's All a Blur Tour: Big as the What?" where J Cole. Graham could be seen smiling while sitting in the audience. In another picture that is zoomed in, she wrote a message on her phone: "I always cry when I come to his concerts...I'm so proud of him." He captioned the post, "Posting this as a forever core memory."

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