Just a few days after making a $25,000 donation to a Miami school and gifting a University of Miami student with $50,000 to help with her tuition, Toronto native and nice guy Drake's kindness tour continued as he paid for the groceries of a whole supermarket full of people, according to E! News. Shoppers at Sabor Tropical Supermarket in Miami Beach didn't have to worry about their tab at the checkout, as the rapper announced he was paying for everyone before dropping around $50,000 on groceries on Tuesday afternoon.
Customers didn't know Drake was going to be in the store, but some noticed the cameras in the general vicinity of it ready to capture something. Guille Deza, one of the customers who was lucky enough to be in the supermarket at the time, told E! News, "No one knew he was coming at all, we just came to do groceries. Cameras were being set up so we were all wondering what was to happen."
The stunt, along with the other seemingly random acts of kindness, is rumored to be part of his upcoming music video for the single "God's Plan," which actually makes a lot of sense when you think about it.
Not only did Drake cover everyone's purchases, he also took on the role of part-time employee by helping customers find items and telling everyone to fill their carts up. He also stopped to take photos and shook hands with pretty much anyone who asked.
Like anyone would in this situation, shoppers shared plenty of photos with the Canadian superstar and thanked him for the amazing gesture.
Imagine being the person who decided you could do without orange juice and butter until the weekend.