Rihanna reached out to Atlanta rapper Quentin Miller following news he had his foot amputated as a result of a bad car accident. Miller, who was rumored to be Drake’s ghostwriter, took to Instagram to post a photo of a beautiful gift basket, he said was from Drake’s giirlfriend.

“Man… Special thanks to @badgalriri for the cool stuff man… These days I’m havin fruits and candy.. And plenty @dussecognac let’s get wasted,” he wrote. In the basket was fruit, candy and a bottle of D'usse cognac.

Last week, Miller posted a photo of his amputated foot. “Thanks for being patient,” he wrote in the caption. “Falco when it’s [snow flake emojis].” Miller didn’t give any details about why he had his foot amputated or when it happened, but the rapper’s manager Cam Singletary (aka Coach Cam) told The Fader that it was because a car crash “a couple months back.”

“However, that hasn’t stopped him from making good music, having faith, and living life,” Singletary wrote in an email. “We can’t wait to be able to reach that [sic] fans that have held us down so far.” Singletary also said Miller will be releasing an album called “Falco” this winter.

Rihanna isn’t the only A-lister who reached out Miller after his news. The Dream also sent the hip-hop artist a bottle of liquor and a note telling him to “Get Well Soon.”

Miller made headlines last year after Meek Mill accused him of writing songs for Drake. Miller said he and Drake collaborated on a few tracks together, but denied that he was a ghostwriter for the Canadian rapper. “I am not and never will be a ‘ghostwriter’ for Drake … I could never take credit for anything other than the few songs we worked on together,” he wrote in a blog post last year.