Drake is doing his part to help with coronavirus relief.
Following Meek Mill and Justin Bieber, the OVO boss is the latest star to join Michael Rubin’s star-studded “All In Challenge,” after being challenged by Super Bowl champ Tom Brady.
In a video, shot at his Toronto mansion, Drake joked that he was going to give away “all of Tom Brady’s assets” before revealing his once-in-a-lifetime prize package.
“I’m gonna offer up everything I can for this challenge,” said Drizzy.
The winner will get to fly on his Virgil Abloh-designed private jet dubbed Air Drake. Once on board, they will receive an OVO and Nike care package before traveling to L.A. to party with Drake and friends at his favorite spot, Delilah in West Hollywood. The prize also includes round-trip airfare on Air Drake for the winner plus seven guests and two-night hotel accommodations for eight people. Additionally, he will provide the winner with four tickets to one of his upcoming shows in their hometown.
He was supposed to challenge three people, but instead decided to open to challenge to anyone. “I really just want to challenge anybody who’s willing to step up for this cause. We all need it right now. We all need the love, we need the relief,” said Drake.
Fans can enter for a chance to win for as little as $10. All the money raised from the auction will provide food for Americans amid the coronavirus crisis through non-profit organizations including Feeding America, Meals On Wheels, World Central Kitchen, and No Kid Hungry.
Other big stars have also donated unique experiences and items to the “All In Challenge” including Justin Timberlake, Yo Gotti, Leonardo DiCaprio, Ellen DeGeneres, Kevin Hart, and Quavo.