LEBRON JAMES received an amazing $1 million donation to his charity from Drake after the rapper won big at roulette.
The NBA star, 37, founded the I Promise School to help underprivileged children and young adults in his hometown of Akron.
And he was delighted with the huge cryptocurrency sum after the Canadian hit the jackpot on the game.
Drake took to Instagram to break the good news to his 105million followers – and there was also another $100,000 for a hard-working NBA hopeful.
The rapper shared his huge win in an Instagram Stories post, revealing the moment he won kick money with the black #11.
Drake jumps around his house for joy after hitting the huge jackpot and exclaims “Oh my God!”.
He revealed in the video, “Every time I get blessed like this, I always think it’s good karma that needs to be transferred.
“So I play for fun and I play with the hope that I can always spread love. So I’m making dinner with my brother tonight [James].
“We’re doing a Lobos dinner tonight.”
Drake captioned the video: “Family blessings with my brother @kingjames courtesy of @stake there’s no better feeling in the world.”
Young basketball prodigy Michael Evbagharu was invited to the event by Drake and LeBron, where he was joined by his mother.
The rapper describes her as the “hardest working woman” and tells his fans they “will bless her tonight.”
Michael and his mum meet up with the two music and sports stars and exchange hugs ahead of Drake’s big reveal.
‘WOW WOW WOW!’
He pulls out huge stacks of bills totaling $100,000 and hands them to Michael’s mom, saying, “Hopefully this makes this trip a little easier.”
Evbagharu’s stunned mum asks James if this is ‘a dream’
The 6ft 3 tall point guard plays at the Royal Crown Academy near Toronto and has attracted attention from both the NCAA and USports universities.
In recent weeks, Drake has been giving away his winnings from cryptocurrency betting platform Stake to fans around the world.
But the Certified Lover Boy rapper wasn’t done yet, ending the video with another donation to LeBron.
He continued, “I will, myself and Eddie from Stake, be dedicating $1 million to the I PROMISE School and I will come and give it myself.”
A clearly emotional James replied: “Wow, wow, wow. I appreciate it.
“My kids go crazy over it.”
James opened I Promise School in 2018 and it is expected to be fully operational later this year.
The primary school in Akron caters specifically to at-risk children in the local area.
Established in 2011, the LeBron’s Family Foundation has also helped open a condominium complex, mall, and community center.
James recently became the second-highest point-scorer in NBA history, overtaking Utah jazz legend Karl Malone.
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/4968419/drake-lebron-james-charity-donation-roulette-nba/ Drake donates $1 million in bitcoin to LeBron James’ charity and $100,000 to NBA hopeful after huge roulette win