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Drake has reportedly filed a trademark for the phrase “God’s Plan” according to court documents filed by the rapper and obtained by TMZ, revealing that the phrase could potentially be used for an upcoming game show.

Garnering 762 million views and counting, the official music video for “God’s Plan,” which is one of the standout singles from the rapper’s latest album Scorpion, is renowned for showcasing Drake’s philanthropic efforts by giving away $1 million to strangers by handing out cash, paying students’ tuition, groceries, and more.

With the plans of a game show, Drake’s act of kindness to help the needy may continue, and with the filing of the trademark it would prevent unauthorized products and ads from profiting on the song’s massive success.

For more on the story, head on over to TMZ. Also, revisit “God’s Plan” below.

Now, read our exclusive op-ed on why Drake’s heartwarming “God’s Plan” video is more than just a PR stunt.

Words by Renz Ofiaza
Staff Writer

Renz Ofiaza is a Staff Writer at Highsnobiety and based in Brooklyn.

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