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Photos have emerged showing singer Drake giving out hundred dollar bills in the street.
The 34-year-old rapper and producer was seen handing out wads of cash to a man in the street outside his LA recording studio, Metro reports.
It looked as though the Canadian was in the midst of a late-night studio session, hopefully adding the final touches to his upcoming album, currently titled Certified Lover Boy.
He's been working on the record since 2019, and has only released one track from it - 'Laugh Now Cry Later'.
It was originally scheduled to be released in January of this year, but the release has been postponed.
This isn't the first time Drizzy has shared the wealth.
In the video for previous single 'God's Plan', which was released in 2018, he gave away almost $1 million to various communities in Miami.
His intro for the video stated: "The budget for this video was $996,631.90. We gave it all away. Don't tell the label..."
Then in the video, he can be seen giving out a $50,000 scholarship to a student, $50,000 each to a youth centre and a women's shelter and $20,000 to the Miami Fire Department, along with a whole load of other worthy causes.
He also donated new cars to families in the Florida city, as well as stacks of cash to families, telling children: "We're nothing without our mothers, so thank you."
LADbible has reached out to Drake's representatives for comment.
Rapper Sean 'Diddy' Combs has also been spotted generously sharing his money with those in need.
In 2020, he provided coronavirus relief in a neighbourhood in Miami, giving out $50 notes to those in economic difficulty.
He also gave away supermarket gift cards and packs containing hygiene products.
In a press release, he said: "Covid-19 is devastating our communities and without access to stimulus funding we risk losing critical businesses that create jobs and help build opportunities and wealth in our communities.
"I created Our Fair Share to help entrepreneurs play on an even playing field and give them a chance to survive with the hope to thrive."
Post Malone also came over all generous in Miami last year, when he handed out wads of cash in a club in the city.
In town on the same weekend as the Super Bowl, the singer took a visit to 11Miami, the city's 24-hour superclub, and shocked other customers by proceeding to carry boxes of cash through the crowd, handing out bundles of notes to people.
The boxes were reportedly stuffed full of single dollar bills, totalling $50,000 (£37,900), and with the help of staff in the club he made his way through a crowd of lucky clubbers.