The release of Drake's new album, Nothing Was The Same, on Tuesday was big news across the world, but perhaps nowhere was it more anticipated than in Toronto, the rapper's hometown.
And Toronto Raptors forward Amir Johnson, a friend of Drake's, made sure that dozens of fans received their own copies of the album hours after it was released. The 26-year-old Johnson posted photos on Instagram of him purchasing every single CD at two stores and then giving them out to fans.
As you might expect, fans were thrilled:
— Charlene (@charlie_brownCS) September 24, 2013
— sam bhachu (@sammyboyy_12) September 24, 2013
— Priya Gosyne (@priyagosyne) September 24, 2013
— Shannon (@SLangdon5) September 24, 2013
— Dupah (@TallBrownGirl) September 24, 2013
Johnson made $6.5 million last year and is set to make $7 million this year, so he can certainly afford to purchase all these albums.
(H/T to For The Win)
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