GloRilla Gifts Fan $1,000 to help them pay their bills

GloRilla is in a giving mood this holiday season, and just made a fan $1,000 richer.

With seemingly nothing to lose, the fan went for a long shot on Facebook by tagging the “Tomorrow 2” rapper in a post asking for some financial help on Friday (November 18).

“Yes, can I borrow 400 until next week?” wrote the tab, tagging Glo. “I PAY BACK SUH #HELPASISTAOUT #CASHAPPME.”

GloRilla wanted to make sure her money was well spent and asked what the fan would spend it on. When they replied that it was for bills ahead of their upcoming birthday, Glo asked for proof – and apparently got it. A short time later, the fan posted a screenshot of the $1,000 on CashApp with the added message from the Memphis native, “Be blessed.”

GloRilla has a lot to be thankful for. In addition to slaying the stage with special guest Cardi B at the 2022 American Music Awards on Sunday night (November 20), she’s set to hit the road on her first headlining tour. Kicking off in January in Charlotte, North Carolina, the tour will hit major cities like Las Vegas, NYC, and Chicago before wrapping up in her hometown of Memphis — though that date has yet to be set. Tickets are available now here.

Supporting the Anyways, Life’s Great… Tour her EP of the same name, which landed on streaming services earlier this month. The nine-track effort features her breakout hits “FNF (Let’s Go)” and the Cardi-assisted “Tomorrow 2.” HDD reports the album’s first week sales of just over 21,000 – giving Glo her first top 10 on the Billboard 200.

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And as if that’s not enough, GloRilla is now also a Grammy nominated artist. “FNF” has been announced as a nominee for Best Rap Performance at the 2023 Grammy Awards, which will be presented in February.

“The same song they clowned me and my friends saying we were Ugly & Dusty just got nominated for a Grammy,” Glo wrote on Twitter in response to the nomination. “WHEN GOD IS ON YOUR SIDE YOU CANNOT FAIL.”

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