Drake is offering fans a seat on his $185 million private jet as a part of the “All In Challenge” supporting coronavirus relief efforts. The 6 God made the announcement on Instagram yesterday, revealing he accepted the challenge from Tom Brady.
Drake's "All In" participation includes two seats on Air Drake, his Boeing 767-300F redesigned by Virgil Abloh, care packages from OVO and Nike, hotel accommodations in Los Angeles where the winner will get to party with the Toronto rapper, and tickets to his concert once he is able to resume touring.
The "All In Challenge" was started by billionaire Michael Rubin as a virtual fundraiser supporting non-profit organizations Meals on Wheels, No Kid Hungry, and America’s Food Fund. The goal is to eliminate food insecurity during the coronavirus pandemic.
So far, the likes of Justin Bieber, Kevin Hart, Mark Cuban, Ellen DeGeneres, and numerous other celebrities have participated in the challenge offering once-in-a-lifetime experiences for donations as little as $10. News of Drake's involvement in the cause comes as he posted a cryptic video of his private jet earlier this week, and now we know why.
You can learn more about the "All In Challenge," including what prizes celebrities are offering, and donate to the cause, here.