Drake Promises Fan He'll Pay Off Their Late Mother's House: 'Rest in Peace to Your Momma'

The Grammy winner took a moment during his Saturday tour stop in Kansas City to make a generous pledge to a concertgoer

<p>Prince Williams/Wireimage</p> Drake

Prince Williams/Wireimage


Drake is making sure to "Take Care" of his fans.

The Grammy winner took a brief moment during his latest concert to make a life-changing pledge to a concertgoer. While performing at the T-Mobile Center in Kansas City, Missouri, on Saturday night, Drake paused the show to interact with the crowd, and pledged to pay off the mortgage of one fan's late mother.

In a video shared on X (formerly Twitter), the 37-year-old musician was handed a note from a person in the front row of his concert. After opening it up, Drake asked, "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 the outstanding balance right here," he said into his microphone while interacting with the fan. "This is a lot of money right here."

"But you know what, Imma pay off your momma's house for you," Drake promised as the audience cheered.

<p>Prince Williams/Wireimage</p> Drake

Prince Williams/Wireimage


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He later revealed to the crowd that the fan was asking him to donate "160 bands" — or $160,000 — to the cause, but the multimillionaire was already set on his promise.

"Imma pay out of my pocket. That's gonna come from me. Rest in peace to your momma," Drake said before flipping the note around and seeing the woman's name.

"Hold on, wait. Rest in peace to Jennifer Schumer. Rest in peace. I love you."

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Drake's mortgage promise comes just days after the "Started from the Bottom" rapper promised to give a fan in Buffalo $25,000, after she brought a sign detailing her cancer journey, per WIVB.

He also pledged to donate $100,000 to another fan earlier in the month, after they too brought a sign mentioning that they beat cancer. "That's a true soldier right there," Drake said. "Y'all better make some motherf----- noise."

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Aside from giving away money on tour, Drake has also offered fans a closer look at his family in recent weeks. On Wednesday, he shared a sweet moment involving his mother, Sandi Graham, on Instagram — when he uploaded an image of her seemingly at one of his ongoing It's All a Blur Tour: Big as the What? shows with J. Cole.

In the picture, 64-year-old Graham could be seen smiling for the camera in the crowd. A closer look at photo — zoomed in by Drake himself — showed a message she wrote on her phone: "I always cry when I come to his concerts...I'm so proud of him."

"Posting this as a forever core memory," Drake captioned the post.

Drake and Cole's tour kicked off Feb. 2 in Tampa, Florida, and wraps in April in Denver.

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