The young girl was shot at a bounce house party in April, tragically leaving her paralyzed from the waist down.
"My brother saw that story and he was like, 'Bruh, you gotta do something for this little girl, '" the rapper told WSB-TV.
Antoine "Big Boi" Patton is a big deal.
Patton's passions are music and the bulldogs he breeds at Pitfall Kennels.
Ellison has wanted a dog since well before the shooting, but just completed three months of intense physical therapy and took a shining to therapeutic service dogs during her stay in the hospital. "Now she's going to have to walk this dog, so she's going to have to get out here and get to walking".
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"She's been asking for it for the longest and I know that a puppy that she can take care of and now she has responsibility, it's going to do nothing but help her", said Douglas. "It's going to do nothing but help her", Douglas said.
"I've been born ready for a puppy", Ellison said.
Big Boi is also bringing some magical joy into Ellis' life by giving her a puppy so that she can have a functional companion as she continues her recovery.
Patton also agreed to pay Ellison's medical bills and to have her bathroom made handicap accessible.
Big Boi, whose real name is Antwan Patton, tells the station that the dog is "something therapeutic" for Abriya. "She's been through a lot and to see how strong she is now, that was just like oh my goodness.it's definitely inspiring and it just touched our heart, so we're just trying to do what we can do to help".