How a University of Miami student got $50000 scholarship from Drake

Posted February 08, 2018

Destiny James, who is originally from Denmark, SC, received a $50,000 scholarship from the celebrity to pursue her college education.

Images shared by fans on social media show Miami Senior High students singing along as Drake performs "God's Plan" from a crane above the school's baseball field.

Drake shows off his generosity by paying for groceries and scholarships in Miami
Image Delighted customers took selfies with the rapper. Instagram gmdeza

"Thank you Drake for the wonderful surprise", the shelter wrote on its Facebook page. "I applied to scholarships a year ago for which I had to write an essay".

"The next thing you know, you got the crowd of students and a couple of alumni going insane when he got the music playing while recording", Miami Senior High alumnus Edgar Grant Santiago said in a message after going to the school to see the performer. Plus, he surprised a student at the University of Miami with a check for $50,000. The "Hotline Bling" singer also said that he will be giving away new uniforms for all of the students.

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And in a third documented case of pure generosity, he offered up $25,000 to the Miami-area high school where he was filming part of the video. "@champagnepapi THANK YOU SO MUCH.!"

Meanwhile, Drake recently made headlines for rapping about losing Jennifer Lopez in his song, "Diplomatic Immunity".

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Following Drake's short hiatus towards the end of 2017, the rapper announced his highly-anticipated return with the release of surprise EP "Scary Hours".

"My new favorite Drake song is God's plan", she told Newsbeat.

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The uplifting song, which is filled with quotables, is already on its way to becoming one of Drake's most commercially successful songs ever. "Be good and it'll come right back around!" I sent him a gang of beats, and probably a week later he hits me up at like five in the morning.