clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Drake reveals the extravagant “All In Challenge” prize he’s donating

A trip on his private jet, Los Angeles parties and more.

Drake Prince Williams/WireImage

On Thursday (April 16), Drake accepted the COVID-19 relief All In Challenge — and the prize package he’s offering is unreal.

“I’m gonna offer up everything I can for this challenge,” he began in an Instagrammed clip. “So, who ever wins, you’ll have the chance to fly on Air Drake. I’ll have the OVO care package waiting for you on the plane [and] the Nike care package waiting for you on the plane. We’ll fly you to LA. You’ll get to come and party with us at one of our private parties at the Delilah. We’ll have a great time, put you up in a great hotel with whoever you choose to bring for the weekend.”

That’s not all.

“We’ll link back up in the city that you’re from. We’ll get you the best tickets possible to the show, whenever we’re able to tour again,” Drizzy continued. “And hopefully link up with you again and whoever you choose to bring.”

Before revealing his glamorous donation, Drake joked that he’d actually be giving away Tom Brady’s cars and assets. The famed quarterback was the one who nominated Drake to participate in the All In Challenge.

Launched by Michael Rubin, the All In Challenge recruits celebrities to offer prizes that fans can donate money on to win, in the effort of raising funds for Coronavirus relief. According to Rubin, the intention is to unite “the sports, business and entertainment communities to start the largest digital fundraising movement ever.”

Participants, like Drake, post videos accepting the challenge and reveal what they’re going to give away. Donations have to go the extra mile, as Rubin said, “You need to give away one of your most cherished possessions or create a once-in-a-lifetime fan experience.”

So far, Meek Mill, Kevin Hart, Magic Johnson, Justin Bieber, Quavo, Casanova, Tony Hawk, Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro and more have also hopped on board for the challenge.

“I’m supposed to challenge three people but I really wanna challenge anybody who’s willing to step up for this cause because I think we all need it right now,” Drake finished up his clip. “We all need the love, we all need the relief.”

Fans can donate at the All In Challenge website, which includes the different prizes participants can pledge money toward. Donations reportedly go toward Meals on Wheels, No Kid Hungry, America’s Food Fund, Feeding America and World Central Kitchen.

Sign up for the newsletter Join the revolution.

Get REVOLT updates weekly so you don’t miss a thing.