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Fake Drake: Drizzy disguises himself and asks random people what they think of him [News]

Toronto, ON – The good people over at Jimmy Kimmel Live decided to dress Drake up as Fake Drake. Because reasons. Anyways, they put a beard and a wig on Drizzy. And made him wear Ray Bans. And then they sent him on to the streets to interview random people about Drake. Check out the video below.

Fake Drake: Drizzy disguises himself and asks random people what they think of him [News] - HipHopCanada.com

Some people were really fan-girly. Some people were salty – like that dude who called Drake a “chicken-head.” Or the guitar-strumming pedestrian who improvised an acoustic Drake diss (which could totally become a thing if he could persuade Hova to spit a verse over it).

Then Drake gets deep with this young cat who’s obviously a major Drizzy fan. Fake Drake asks the kid what his favourite Drizzy joint is and the kid says, “Trophies.” So of course Fake Drake asks him to spit some bars. The kid gets all nervous because he’s just been asked to perform “Trophies” for the camera. And then he starts versing, and Drake undresses his bearded, Ray-Banned face. And the kid freaks out. And it is a beautiful Kodak moment, etc.


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