This Tuesday (Oct. 24) will mark Drake‘s 37th birthday. In celebration of the occasion, the Canadian star is offering free food from Dave’s Hot Chicken for everyone to enjoy. Notably, he decided to partner up with the fast food chain a couple of years ago. “The proprietary hot chicken recipe was so good that, in 2021, Drake took notice, and became a significant investor in the concept,” a press release stated on the company’s official website.
On Thursday (Oct. 19), he took to his Instagram Stories to announce that Dave’s Hot Chicken is providing a free slider to everybody via their mobile app. Once confirmed, users can pick up their edible prize from any one of the restaurant’s participating locations. The offer is only valid on Drake’s birthday.
This isn’t the first time that the Young Money alum has been in a giving mood on his birthday. In addition to having thrown elaborate parties for his star-studded peers to enjoy, the OVO head honcho previously gave out shirts with his face on them, ordered McDonald’s for an entire club full of partygoers, and gifted hundreds of bottles and shots to lucky fans during a visit to Las Vegas.
Earlier this month, Drake’s son, Adonis, brought in his sixth year around the sun by dropping a video for “My Man Freestyle,” the first official song of his career. The clip saw him hanging with his friends during a day of hoops at his father’s massive Toronto mansion. The track itself can be found on Drake’s eighth studio LP, For All The Dogs, at the end of the standout cut “Daylight.”
During a past sit-down with Lil Yachty, Drake admitted that he regretted saying he would retire from music at 35. “I think that’s the one thing that I would maybe say makes me kind of be like, ‘Ugh,’ just to think it’s so wavy to be young,” he said during the beachside chat. “It’s not that sick.”
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