Drake is a veteran musician who is also one of the most sought after in the industry.  He also has a lot of interests outside of making music. As many fans know, Drake is also a wonderful human being who loves helping those in need.

Drizzy is known to be very critical of himself, which is why he recently ripped on his own weird hairstyle. He also has some very devoted fans who can take things too far at times.

Drake is known for his good deeds and it seems he did so again recently. The rapper bought a seemingly brand-new wheelchair conversion van for a fan’s sister and also made sure he gave all his love to the family involved as well.

In a post reposted by DJ Akademiks, the four-member family were seen holding up a sign that says “Thank you” in a photo with the van as fan Rob (user @rocketrob_90) thanked Drake for gifting his sister Dora a 2021 Dodge Pro Master.

God is good.
This has been a wild year, to say the least. My sister, Dora, was gifted a 2021 Dodge Pro Master wheelchair conversion van by @champagnepapi !
Those that know me, know he’s my favorite rapper/artist of all time. He has been a HUGE blessing for me and my family. Glad to call him brother and friend. I don’t have to use the pick up truck to take her to her appointments anymore. We can all ride comfortably, especially Dora, to her doctor appts with little effort. This has changed our lives for the better. 🙏

This is certainly a great thing done by Drake and it will make fans even more excited for his ‘Certified Lover Boy’ album, which is set to drop on September 3rd. This is a pretty great act from Drizzy, a man who rose to popularity portraying Jimmy Brooks in Degrassi, who was wheelchair bound after suffering a school shooting.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet has been a massive fan of professional wrestling for over 22 years, since the early days of the Monday Night Wars. Aside from wrestling, he also is into TV shows, movies, Anime, novels and a lot of music.

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