Drake is on his "Worst Behavior" with some of his nearest and dearest in his latest music video
The 27-year-old rapper released the clip for his single from his album Nothing Was the Same, and the 10-minute music video features appearances from Drizzy's father, Dennis Graham, as well as two of his best friends, Juicy J and Project Pat.
"Would You Like A Video?," the "Started From the Bottom" singer tweeted on Monday, Nov. 11, with a link to the clip.
(Warning: This video contains language that may be offensive to some listeners.)
Filmed in Memphis, the video begins by showing the historic Royal Studios, which was run by the performer's uncle Willie Mitchell, before cutting to a clip of the erstwhile Degrassi star's father lip-syncing the "Worst Behavior" lyrics in a sharp white suit.
Cue Drake looking sexy in a backwards red baseball cap, ripped jeans, a black-and-white shirt and a string of gold chains as he poses with different groups of people, including a few small children, while rapping the expletive-filled lines to the single from his chart-topping album, which also includes his latest hit, "Hold On We're Going Home."
The rapper is then interrupted by a head-scratching dialogue between some of Drizzy's close friends before the song continues as Drake takes his crew to the streets of Memphis, where we'd be willing to bet some rowdy behavior is about to go down.
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