Drake's 'God's Plan' music video showcases his generosity to Miami

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"The budget for this video was $996,631.90", reads the screen in the beginning of Drake's new music video, "God's Plan".

The song is called "God's Plan" and Canadian rapper Drake dropped a music video to match on Friday in which he gave away nearly $1 million in cash to people in Miami.

The film clip depicts Drake going around Miami donating money to schools and people with disadvantage.

The song continues to dominate the Billboard Hot 100 list, staying at #1 for 3 weeks in a row.

Bieber gave Drizzy the shoutout on Instagram yesterday, sharing a screenshot of him watching the video on his laptop, while leaving the caption "Best video I've ever seen. sooooo good. here before a billion views! Don't tell the label", says a message at the start of the video. The single "God's Plan" has sat at number one on the Billboard 100 for nearly a month. "Trust me. That's my world".

The video basically follows Drake running around Miami, giving money away to people that really need it. "I've heard your story and all the things you've been through and all the hard work you've been putting in, so I want to give you $50,000 to pay for your tuition". "It's a good life", a user called Janae wrote on Twitter.

Drake is also seen to give an oversized check, which amounted to $50,000, to a University of Miami student.

Finally, the homeless shelter Drake visits is the Lotus House of Miami, which is a shelter for women and children in the area.

Grocery shoppers tossed everything in their carts.

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