Drake's "God's Plan" Video Receives Hilarious Parody on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!'

Angelo Anderson
February 24, 2018

In the clip, the shows' sideman copied the cheeky disclaimer at the beginning of the original video where Drake and his team gave away the video's almost $1 million budget, but with insanely smaller numbers, obviously. Perplexingly, the 99 Cents Only Store where Guillermo shot his $100 parody claims to be open nine days a week. It's such a hit that it has garnered a spoof from Jimmy Kimmel. At the end, he hands over a giant cheque to a bemused store employee for $96.16. Drake, on his part, felt offended because the charity in the video was a lot more hard to pull together than it may have appeared, requiring a lot of behind-the-scenes work to arrange. Drake gave away a million dollars, but it's not the amount that matters.

NY radio personality Peter Rosenberg wasn't feeling Drake's "God's Plan" video. He was later accused of stealing the artwork for the double single.

Drake's "God's Plan" video has gone super-viral thanks to his heartwarming acts of kindness, which might have created its own challenge in the culture.

He also wrote on Instagram that he wants fans to "go be kind any way you can and let's all watch the world be nice to each other even if it's for 24 hours".

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