Drake goes undercover to ask public about himself on 'Kimmel' – watch

Rapper dons fake beard, hair piece and glasses for US TV sketch

Drake has been filmed in disguise asking members of the public what they think of him. See above to watch now.

The rapper filmed the undercover comedy sketch as part of the Jimmy Kimmel Live!, which aired in the US last night (April 10). Drake wore a fake beard, hair piece and glasses for the 'Fake Drake' segment.

Stopping people on the street to quiz them on fake controversies the rapper Drake is alleged to have been involved in, he tells one man that, "Today a story came out Drake apparently got a little too tipsy, and publicly urinated in a Baby Gap," while another is asked: "How do you feel about Drake apparently performing a surprise performance at Coachella, and airing his sex tape on the screen?"

Earlier this month (April), Drake unveiled the new track 'Draft Day', which samples Lauryn Hill's 'Doo Wop (That Thing)' and sees the rapper shout out Hunger Games actress Jennifer Lawrence.

Drake's latest album 'Nothing Was The Same' came out on September 24 last year and debuted at Number One on the US Billboard 200 albums chart and at Number Two on the UK's Official Albums Chart – Drake's highest position yet in the UK.

Drake returns to the UK in July when he will a headline this year's Wireless festival, which this year takes place in both London and Birmingham for the first time. He joins fellow headliners Kanye West and Bruno Mars on a bill which also includes OutKast, Pharrell Williams and Tinie Tempah.

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