Lint-Rolling At The NBA Playoffs
When you are a big star like Drake, looking like a bawse is a must. So when Drizzy noticed a little fluff on his pants whilst sitting courtside at the NBA playoffs, he had his trusty lint roller on deck to pull off that dust. Low and behold, the Young Money rapper set an example for every male who wants to exhibit the style that Drizzy does.
Drake On Saturday Night Live's Digital Short
When Drake pays a visit to Saturday Night Live, you know it’s going to be a pretty funny show. The rapper has become quite the regular guest. Last year, he took part in what was a very brief interview which took many hilarious turns on SNL’s Digital Short full of sarcasm, Drake-esque jumpers and extreme close-ups.
"No New Friends" Pose
Last year in May, some images were leaked from the set of Drake’s video for “No New Friends”. What stood out to the world of hip hop loud and clear was Drizzy’s hilarious pose whilst opting to wear Damani Dada apparel. The picture took social media by storm resulting in some side-splitting memes putting Drake’s pose in every situation possible. Click through and check out some them!
Drake Calls Out Someone’s Girl
At the 2010 Ottawa Bluesfest in his home country, Drizzy showed he is not afraid to snatch your girl. Calling out all his “Fancy” ladies in the crowd, Drake asked a male fan in the crowd if the female standing next to him was his girl. What came next probably had him fuming when the YMCMB artist said, “I fuck the shit out of that girl. She thick too, she got a big ass…I will put it on you girl!” Skip to 8:50 to see the best of it!
Surely one Drake’s funniest moments on camera. The rapper did an incredible job of hosting this year’s ESPYS and there is no doubt that he was the biggest talking point of the awards. Drizzy engaged in many hilarious skits, which included getting rejected by Skylar Diggins, Blake vs. Drake, and his “Side Pieces” song.
We all know that Drake has many talents. He started off as an actor, he sings, he raps, but what you may not know is that he does a mean impression of his YMCMB boss Lil Wayne. Check out this video where he impersonates Weezy on Tim Westwood TV, and is pretty damn good at it too.
The Ellen Show - “Drake Makes Everything Sound Better”
Drake is no stranger to being a favourite guest on talk shows. On the The Ellen Show, Ellen Degenres decided that Drake’s deep voice could make anything sound sexy, even the most unlikely instructions, such as changing a toner cartridge in your printer.
Saturday Night Live Skits - January 2014
When it comes to Drake’s funny moments, his skits on Saturday Night Live no doubt had to be on this list. The rapper did not disappoint when he was given the opportunity to host the first SNL of 2014 in New York. Drizzy gave us endless comedy as he impersonated Lil Wayne and Jay Z on “Before They Were Stars”, flashbacked to his childhood Bar Mitzvah and played an embarrassing Dad at a teenage slumber party.
“Tweet Tweet” Song - Drake and Jimmy Kimmel
Back in 2010, Jimmy Kimmel and Drizzy got together to give us this comical song called, “Tweet Tweet” on Jimmel Kimmel Live. They used celebrity tweets to form the lyrics as they both got down in this amusing video. This is a must-see, especially to see Drake sport a do-rag! Beware - you may have, "Follow me follow me tweet tweet" stuck in your head after watching.
Fake Drake - Jimmy Kimmel Live
If this doesn’t crack you up then we don’t know what will!
A few months ago on Jimmy Kimmel Live, shortly after hosting the ESPYs, Drake went undercover with a beard, on the streets of Hollywood to ask people their opinions of his performance. Like a G, Drizzy handled his role exceptionally well on I Witness News as he fooled members of the public with his fake look.
Juno Awards 2011 – Old Money
Drake’s funny moments have to attributed to the fact that he is a pretty decent actor. In 2011, he hosted the Juno Awards which celebrates Canada's musicians. He put on a great skit forming a new group called Old Money as he schooled some more mature people on how to get down with hip hop.
Drake As A Teenager
Need we say more?!