Drake, Chris Brown and Blake Griffin are reportedly set to appear in a comedy skit for the upcoming ESPYs.
This past week we learned that Drake and Chris Brown kicked it for a studio session recently, and as they continue to put their beef behind them, it looks as though they'll be connecting again, this time for a skit at the upcoming ESPYs.
TMZ reports that Drizzy and Breezy are both set to appear in a comedy skit that will air during Wednesday night's ESPY awards on ESPN. TMZ has apparently been stalking the skit rehearsals, and thus they know the following: the skit begins in a law office and then proceeds to a locker room, and finally ends in a dentist's office with Clippers' player Blake Griffin. Griffin apparently stands over Drake, as the Toronto native asks, "Are you really going to do this?", at which point Chris Brown enters and declares, "No I am!"
They've somehow managed to get a blurry photo from the rehearsals, which you can view in the gallery above. Or you can just wait til tonight and watch the actual skit in real life.
[Update: Watch Full Skit]
With the ESPY's currently underway tonight in Los Angeles, the much anticipated skit between host, Drake, and his ex-foe Chris Brown has finally aired.
With assistance from Blake Griffin, Drake and Griff start out as good friends, and then turn to enemies after a small argument arises over a film title. Then after each other play hilarious tricks on each other, Blake appears to get the upper hand when he fools Drake by having Chris Brown play Drizzy's doctor in one scene.
Leaving it at that, watch this hilarious skit below. What ya think of it?
[Update 2: Watch All Of Drake Skits]
With Drake holding hosting duties tonight at the ESPY's, he sure did have his hands full playing the part. Aside from the much talked about Chris Brown and Blake Griffin skit, Drake was featured in several other hilarious ones that just had to be shared with y'all.
He goes on to perform two comedic songs in "Honorable Mention", which had him sending a shot at Macklemore, and "Side Pieces", which had him bringing out Brian McKnight to assist him. The next skit had Drake as Manny Pacquiao singing "Let It Go", and following that was Drake reading a poem he wrote for his crush, Skylar Diggins, which ultimately landed him a kiss on the forehead.
Watch all the hilarious skits below, and let us know what your favorite one is.