Drake visited a hospital in Chicago, Illinois on Monday to see a young girl who posted a video of herself doing the "In My Feelings" challenge while awaiting a heart transplant.
Sofia Sanchez, an 11-year-old patient at the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago, was seen dancing — in a video posted by the hospital last Wednesday — to the famous rapper's song, which has become host to a viral dance craze in recent months.
Sanchez danced alongside her cousin in a hospital hallway while "tethered to her IV pump." In another video, the young girl asks Drake to visit her over the weekend, as he was performing in Chicago.
Drake, in a surprise visit, granted one of two of Sanchez's birthday wishes (the other being to receive a new heart).
"Me and my love Sofia talking about Bieber and Owls and Basketball," Drake captioned a photo of the two on Instagram.
It also appears Drake gifted Sanchez a hat with the word "Scorpion" — the title of his fifth studio album.
The children's hospital wrote online that Sanchez was diagnosed with cardiomyopathy, a condition which makes it difficult for the heart to pump blood and can lead to heart failure, according to the Mayo Clinic.
The 11-year-old underwent open heart surgery three weeks ago to connect a mechanical pump to support blood flow.
Fans of Drake have been posting videos of themselves dancing the signature groove to his song, "In My Feelings," after a video of Drake performing the moves was posted on Instagram in July.
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