While getting to see Drizzy and appear in a music video was a highlight for numerous students, the rapper also made a nice gesture to the school, donating $25,000 and announcing the school will get new uniforms made by him.
Later that day Drake then performed at Miami University. The Miami Hurricane reports he also shot part of the "God's Plan" video on campus.
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If that wasn't enough, the Canadian rapper awarded University of Miami biology student Destiny James with a $50,000 scholarship outside of the Frost School of Music building on campus. The rapper was there to shoot a video for his hit song "God's Plan", which recently debuted at the top of the charts. I've been to a lot of places in the world. It's just so ironic how much I was relating to this song and didn't even know I'd end up in his video.
Speaking to Newsbeat, Destiny said: "It was very shocking to even be that close to someone like Drake and for him to tell me; 'I've heard your story, I've read so many great things about you'". God I thank you. Whether you prefer your hip-hop to be more lyrically dense than Drake's, inspiring the youth to chase after their dreams and supporting them financially is a highly-admirable act. You're nervous all the time, you get sweaty when Bobby from math class makes eye contact with you in the hallway, and sometimes you get shoved inside a gym locker. Drake also presented a giant $25,000 novelty check to the school and claimed that he would help design their new uniforms. You are so great and incredible!