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Drake drops Way 2 Sexy video and it’s filled with hilarious pop culture references

Drake has released the first Certified Lover Boy music video and Way 2 Sexy’s visuals are sure to get fans smiling.

The track, which features an iconic Right Said Fred sample, also features Atlanta rappers Future and Young Thug, and the trio has a whole heap of fun in the playful clip which matches the energy of the original track.

The Dave Meyers-directed video is made up of several hilarious scenes and begins with a warning that repeated viewing could lead to pregnancy.

Things start off with Drake working out at the gym and the rapper seemingly makes a nod to the John Travolta and Jamie Lee Curtis’ aerobics-based romance film, Perfect.

Indeed, a scene from the film in which the pair thrust and gyrate their crotches in a very unique scene recently went viral.

We guess Drake got inspired by the joint lockdown LOLs.


As Drizzy gets this flex on to the bass-heavy beat, courtesy of Tm88 and TooDope, the 34-year-old plays other characters such as an older guy at the beach and a romance novel protagonist.

He also appears to channel iconic cartoon character, Popeye, in animated scenes that see him transform into a muscly beefcake.

Drake makes a nod to Popeye in his Way 2 Sexy music video (Picture: YouTube)

Meet Drambo (Picture: YouTube)

Drizzy also pays homage to various iconic individuals, including Michael Jackson, Italian heartthrob Fabio Lanzoni, and the Backstreet Boys.

The rapper even transforms into his own version of Sylvester Stallone’s Rambo.

Future is also in the video (Picture: YouTube)

Young Thug flexes in pink (Picture: YouTube)

The video pauses to showcase a cologne advert in which Drake acts as the spokesman for Wet by Drake.

In another scene, former Toronto Raptor Kawhi Leonard, Future, and Young Thug dance together in the desert wearing all-white outfits.

Dave Meyers previously directed Drake’s Laugh Now Cry Later music video and we can’t wait to see if they collaborated on any other CLB visuals.

Perhaps 7AM On Bridle Path will be the next track to get a video treatment…

Credit: Original article published here.

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