Drake’s Toronto Slang Needs Subtitles in New Comedic Bit

"It's a 3 out or 10 bro!"

By Abby Hassler

Drake is breaking back into the acting world, but this time, he won’t be playing Jimmy Brooks on Degrassi. Drizzy appears in the T-Dot Goon Scrap DVD 2 from 4YallEntertainment as a fictionalized version of himself.

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Speaking in an exaggerated Toronto-slang dialect, Drizzy first shares a few laughs with Canadian comedians Jae and Trey Richards. Subtitles are required.

The scene goes quickly south, however, when the “Hotline Bling” star rates the brothers’ DVD a low 3 out of 10. This rating leads to the brothers and Drake getting into a silly shouting match over the incident.

Check out the full clip below. Drizzy appears around the 4-minute mark.

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