Drake claims he only loves his bed and his mama, but it seems he loves Miami, too.
After reading a story in the Miami Herald about the hours-long commutes some Fontainebleau hotel housekeepers endure, the hip-hop star decided to surprise one of the hard-working women with a luxurious spa day and a $10,000 shopping spree.
Odelie Paret, who has worked at the hotel for two decades, received a mysterious phone call from a woman arranging for her to have a massage at the Fontainebleau’s spa and dinner at the property’s steakhouse, the Miami Herald reports.
After the mother of five feasted on a lobster dish, enjoyed the spa and relaxed in the hotel’s opulent lobby — all the while trying to figure out who had gifted her such an unimaginable evening — a car then took her and a friend to Brickell City Centre.
As they stood in front of Saks Fifth Avenue, a hand touched her shoulder, and behind her stood none other than Drizzy himself.
“I always just saw him on the TV. So I said, ‘Drake!’” Paret told the Herald on Tuesday. “It made me happy. … I thank him so much.”
Drake, along with Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown, were inspired by the feature about Paret’s four-hour work commutes, and arranged to treat her and two other local women to shopping sprees.
“We took the ladies for a nice little shopping spree … giving back,” the “God’s Plan” rapper says in a Snapchat video.
Paret was given no budget and 45 minutes to shop for whatever she wanted from Saks. She landed on a comfortable pair of $800 shoes she could wear to church, a Valentino purse, four perfumes and a $6,000 gold-and-diamond necklace, according to the Herald.
Antonio Brown of the Steelers with Drake pic.twitter.com/zrQWGQKELG
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Drake’s kind gesture comes on the heels of several other large donations he doled out like pocket change across Miami.
The OVO Sound founder recently spent $50,000 on everyone’s groceries at a local supermarket, shelled out $50,000 for a women’s shelter, offered a $25,000 check to Miami Senior High after swinging by to film for his new music video and awarded a University of Miami student a $50,000 scholarship.
SOURCE: Page Six – Leah Bitsky