She also voiced her disapproval of the property damage, revealing that her friend’s business was destroyed. “It’s definitely personal… I don’t approve of it, period,” she said after being confronted by Trick Daddy.

It wasn’t long before Drake answered the call and posted a screenshot of his receipt with a $100,000 donation charged to his American Express. “Say less brother,” he told Mustafa.

As protests take place across the globe, National Bail Out and other bail relief programs have allocated funds to help protestors who can’t afford their own bail. The Minnesota Freedom Fund raised about $20 million in just four days.

Last week, Drake honored Floyd, an unarmed black man killed by a Minneapolis police officer, by sharing “Affirmation,” a poem by Assata Shakur. “Rest in heaven George Floyd 🌹,” he wrote in his touching tribute.

Other celebrities including Janelle Monáe, Kehlani, and G-Eazy have also made donations to bail relief efforts.