Fatima grows up in a happy, well-off family. Her father’s dedication to public service and her mother’s care to those who are in need inspire Fatima to become a nurse or a doctor. As years passed by, she gains other interests and learns to love the hip hop culture. Adding to her repertoire of talents, Fatima soon learns how to rap while juggling school and other hip hop activities. After college, getting work is not as easy as she expects. She eventually finds a job in a government hospital where she faces the realities and hard work of being a nurse. This, however, does not stop her from enjoying in helping others. She discovers a way to use her rapping skills inside the hospital to give joy to her patients. Years later, the working conditions in the hospital where she works dampens her spirit. As she is about to consider quitting her job, her parents show their support and encourage her to continue serving the people in need. While battling physical exhaustion day by day, the choice between quitting or helping others continues to bother her. During this time, a relative of a patient takes a video of her rapping for a sick patient, and it seems like she is free of her doubts. As her frustration peaks, she confides her dilemma to her mother. She even reaches the point of blaming her parents for pushing her to never quit. Her mother attempts to appease her by telling Fatima how proud they are of her. Meanwhile, her video entertaining a patient through a rap performance goes viral. After seeing other people’s reaction and encouragement on what she has done, Fatima’s hesitations slowly disappear. She now thinks of her purpose as a nurse rapper as a way of showing others that compassion still exists in the hospitals.