While Ohio woman, Anna Angel, was working her shift at Burger King, a fire suddenly broke out in her home and killed her five young children along with her boyfriend.
After hearing about the tragic incident, The Game and Drake offered to pay for the funeral expenses of the 5 children that were killed in the fire. According to TMZ, when the two rappers heard of the incident they both offered to donate $10,000 a piece.
The Game even made a comment on Instagram about the sad news saying:
“I can deal with a lot of things but people losing their children is something that kills me every time.”
“I was on the phone with Drake when I read about the woman’s loss and we each agreed to donate $10,000 to help Anna cover the burial costs.”
Drake also replied to the Game’s comments saying:
“What [The Game] is doing will never be forgotten. Honored to be able to help people along side my brother.”
Along with the $10,000 a piece, the producer of the Game’s TV show “Marrying The Game” added in $2,500 for the funeral expenses.
It’s always a good thing when someone helps people going through hard times, but do you think these rappers are giving from the heart or for publicity?
Before Drizzy’s “Nothing Was The Same” album release on September 24th, the “Young Money” rapper is taking over the five Boroughs of New York and is handing out tickets to his concert at the Barclay’s Center to lucky fans.