- Canadian rapper, Drake, has reached out to a die-hard fan of his in Africa with a promise to fly him out to one of his shows
- David Jagun, who is an African undergraduate, has been a strong fan of the rapper for a long time
- Reacting to Drake's generous offer, he thanked the superstar profusely
Indeed, with perseverance and strong determination, achieving one's dream becomes very possible and this is reflected in the story of a die-hard Drake fan in Nigeria.
Going through David Jagun's page on Instagram, it is very obvious how much love and respect he has for the Canadian rapper. From having his name on his bio to doing several covers of his songs, Jagun finally got a response.
Drake responded to his request of one day flying alongside him on a plane. The rapper reposted the video on his official Instagram page and revealed that he was going to fly David out to one of his shows.
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Appreciating Drake, David wrote: "God used Drake to bless me, and am so happy... God bless ovo sound radio ( 6 god)."
This, however, is not Drake's first dealings with Nigerians.
A while ago, he collaborated with his colleague Swae Lee to bring out a new song titled Won't Be Late. The track which was produced by Nigeria's own Tekno has stirred the reactions of many Africans as Drake said words like 'ikebe' and 'bakasi' in the song.
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