After Drake cancelled his hometown show in Toronto for his "Aubrey And The Three Migos" tour, it's safe to say that people in the city were exceptionally pissed. Not only were people in the city excited for the show, other fans had travelled to see Toronto's own in his home city.
There is no doubt that seeing someone at home gives the show an insanely unique kind of energy, so missing out on the first show was a huge setback for those looking forward to it.
Now, Drake has finally shared what he did instead of performing at home and honestly, it's made it impossible for Torontonians to stay mad at him.
The "Six God" used his free schedule to visit an 11-year old girl by the name of Sofia Sanchez, who is waiting for a heart transplant in Chicago. In a video on Instagram, the rapper shared that he cancelled his show just because she asked to visit her.
Drake surprised 11-year-old Sofia Sanchez at a children's hospital in Chicago. The girl is awaiting a heart transplant and one of her birthday wishes was to meet the rapper. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/7FY8XI0E21— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) August 21, 2018
Sanchez and Drake must have had some kind of connection because the Toronto native posted a photo with her including the caption, "Me and my love Sofia talking about Bieber and Owls and Basketball," including three blue hearts.
Drake decided to visit Sanchez because of her inspiring video of the "In My Feelings" challenge. She turned 11 on Saturday and wanted the singer to come to cheer her up.
Not only did Sanchez get a visit from Drake (something girls across the world dream of), she was also seen repping some Scorpion merch in another photo posted to his Instagram.
While it's nice to see that at least Drake acted in true Canadian fashion and cancelled his show for a good deed, some fans are still upset. One couple from Regina spent over $5,000 only for the singer to cancel, so not everyone is happy about Drake's choices.
Still, his visit meant the world to Sofia Sanchez and for that effort, we can understand where he was coming from. Now it's just time to reschedule the Toronto tour dates so no one else is upset.
Source: City News