Drake surprises hotel maid with shopping spree

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"So I said, 'Drake!'" Paret told the paper on Tuesday.

February 6 was a busy day for Drake, who had earlier bought $50,000 worth of groceries for shoppers at the Sabor Tropical Supermarket in Miami.

After reading a story in the Miami Herald about the hours-long commutes some Fontainebleau hotel housekeepers endure, the hip-hop star made a decision to surprise one of the hard-working women with a luxurious spa day and a $10,000 shopping spree.

This week, Paret was gifted a massage at the hotel's spa, followed by dinner at an expensive steakhouse.

The Fontainebleau housekeeper was treated to a day of luxury from rapper Drake and Stealers player Antonio Brown, reports the Miami Herald.

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A vehicle was waiting for her and a friend after dinner, the Miami Herald reports, and she was taken to Saks Fifth Avenue in Brickell City Centre. Then she was taken by auto to a Saks Fifth Avenue, where she was met by the rapper and given 45 minutes to buy whatever she wanted in the store.

Pittsburgh Steelers star Brown documented the act of kindness in a video posted on his Snapchat account, in which Drake is featured saying, "See what we're doing, man?"

Paret walked out with an $800 pair of flats, a $2,000 Valentino handbag, four perfumes, and a $6,000 18K white gold necklace with diamonds in it. He donated $25,000 to a Miami High School.

"I always just saw him on the TV".

Paret's shopping spree will feature in the video, and her grandson commented: 'Grandma, you're a superstar!' The rapper first learned about Paret from an article in the Miami Herald from 2017 where she spoke on the increasing rent prices in the city that's causing more than 80% of Miami workers to move further away from the city.