Drake has done it again.
The Canadian Grammy winner is renowned for paying forward his vast wealth to his fans either via live shows or his music-video budgets.
However it appears to be the season to give away supercars and this time he gifted one lucky concert-goer a $140K ride.
His homecoming concert in Toronto over the weekend saw the 36-year-old rapper hold a raffle.
The recipient was chosen at random unlike Drake’s usual method of scanning the audience and choosing someone with a witty sign.
“This is what I’m gonna do,” he said to the crowd during his Scotiabank Arena show.
“I’m gonna pick a winning ticket out of this drum here. I want everybody to be super quiet.”
Drake then picked a seat number on a piece of paper out of a clear container.
The winner was seat 17483, which appeared to be on the upper level and gives you some idea of the scale of the venue.
The prize? A Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon.
The luxury car brand’s website lists the SUV at a starting price of $139,900 for the G 550.
And this isn’t just any old runaround.
It packs 5,250-5,500 rpm and 416 hp.
What’s more, it can go from 0-97 km/h (0-60 mph) in 5.6 sec and has a torque of 2,000-4,750 rpm.
This isn’t the first time the ‘Rich Flex’ musician has paid it forward to his adoring fans.
Giveaways during his ‘It’s All a Blur Tour’ has seen him hand out designer handbags, a honeymoon to Turks & Caicos and cash.
In fact just a couple of weeks earlier in September, Drake reportedly gave $50,000 to a fan to help him out.
It was the fan’s sign that caught Drake’s eye.
It said that he’d dipped into his furniture fund to pay for tour tickets.
“I spent all my savings buying tickets for me and my ex, but ‘Honestly, Nevermind’, it’s really ‘Her Loss’,” the sign read.
Drake responded with his signature generosity.
“You know what? She’s gonna feel real f***ed up ’cause I’ma give you 50 bands, so you gon’ flex on her tonight,” he said.