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If there's one thing you have to love about Drake, it's his admirable ability to laugh at himself. Check out some of the best examples of when Drake made fun of Drake and still won.
Drizzy sung to a sportsman in the audience; "real talent doesn't always win championships" just like "real music doesn't always win Grammys,' while a perfectly timed photo of Macklemore clutching his 'Best Rap Album 2014' Grammys award appeared in the background and the audience exploded with laughter.
When Drake pulled out a lint roller whilst sat in the front row of a basketball game, and began rolling his trousers, no one could believe what they were seeing. The video quickly went viral and the PR king didn't put his head down until it all blew over. Nope. Instead, he showed up posing with customised ones.
He later tweeted that it was the best invite to a video shoot he's ever had, hashtagging the tweet '#MyAnacondaWasWayUp.' Too much information Drizzy!
Drizzy for an emoji tattooed on his arm and the internet went in to a frenzy. Not so much because Drake now has an emoji on his arm until the end of time, but because arguments broke out over whether it's the 'high five' emoji or the 'praying hands' one. (It's the praying hands one, by the way.) Picture: Instagram.com/dr_woo_ssc
He awarded himself the 'Best Basketball Player Of The Year' gong, obviously. Picture: Instagram
And the internet really couldn't handle it. Picture: Getty
If you didn't know, Drake has had what some might call an obsession with US basketball player Skylar Diggins for a while. He repeatedly posted photos of her on his Instagram and wore jerseys with her name on, even though she's got a boyfriend. When Drizzy presented the ESPY's, he took shots at himself by reciting a poem for her, and to her surprised she came on the stage and finally gave him a kiss... Kind of.
When Drake donned a beard and glasses on The Jimmy Kimmell show he knew he was going to be in for a rough ride. The funniest answer by far came from one guy who said; "He says that he came from the bottom, which most likely he didn't." It was a move most rappers wouldn't have even thought twice about, but Drizzy was more than up for having a laugh at himself.
Drizzy and Chris Brown shocked the hip-hop world when after years of feuding they teamed up for a brilliant sketch during the 2014 ESPY's. The skit saw Drake open his eyes only to find that Breezy (who greeted him with YOLO motherf**ker") was going to operate on him. Picture: Twitter
Last month during his 'Drake Vs Lil Wayne' tour, Lil' Wayne commented that Drizzy was dancing a bit like Rihanna's ex Chris Brown. "I should have brought that s**t out earlier" Drake replied. "Maybe I could have made that s**t work with Rihanna a little better." Picture: Getty
He simply captioned it "Based." Enough said.
This is the photo that accompanied and Instagram post from Drake that read: "Drake Tears For Sale 2015." Not much has been said about the product since, but we're sure there will be more information in January.
Who knows what corner of the internet Drake found this edited version of his 'Nothing Was The Same' cover in, but we all had a laugh when Drake joked this would be the 'Italian release only.'
When Drake posted this funny meme on Instagram, he caption it; "This f**king guy..." Say what you want about Drizzy but there's no denying he's got a sense of humour.
And not only did he play scrabble with his mum, he posted a photo letting the world know and he even wrote a quick lyrics about his evening; "Triple Word Triple Letter Nobody Do It Better." Were yet to hear the track the lyric features on though...
This is up there with the top five photos on Drake's Instagram account.
And Drake said, we quote, he was "scheming on Hermoine." We wonder what Emma Watson would have to say about that!
What was Drake running from? Why did Drake want to be Forest Gump? Who knows, who cares - as long as Drake keeps making fun of himself, everyone will be happy.