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In the midst of filming the music video for "One Dance" in South Africa, Drake took the time to deliver an inspirational message at the Nelson Mandela Foundation.

Toni Akindele
Jun, 29, 2016

After a weekend of filming the much-anticipated music video for his hit single, “One Dance” in Soweto, South Africa, Drake visited the Nelson Mandela Foundation in Johannesburg to deliver words of wisdom to young fans, Times Live reports.

“I encourage you to do everything that you can to make the future here as bright as you possibly can,” said the artist. “We’re all young. We all have some end goal or some dream.”

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While filming in Soweto, fans flooded social media with sightings of Drizzy Drake.

Everyone entered groupie mode at the break 😂🔥#DrakeInSA #WeFoundDrake #OneDanceVideo

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Drake also posted a photo while on the set of “One Dance” of South African dance crew Material Culture.

@material_culture sell offfffffff

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Judging by these guys’ Instagram account, this video is about to be so lit.

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