The clip aired as part of Jimmy Kimmel's show
A parody of Drake‘s ‘God’s Plan’ music video has aired as part of Jimmy Kimmel Live!
In the original video, Drake went to Miami where he gave away nearly $1 million, helping families with their grocery shopping, donating to a women’s shelter, and covering a student’s tuition.
In Kimmel’s version, the show’s Guillermo Rodriguez heads to a 99 cent store where he lets everyone get one thing “for only 99 cents”. At the end, he hands over a giant cheque to a bemused store employee for $96.16.
The video opens with a series of title cards mimicking Drake’s video. They read: “The budget for this video was $100. I gave almost all of it away. Don’t tell Jimmy…” Watch it below.
Drake dropped ‘God’s Plan’ in January, along with another new song called ‘Diplomatic Immunity’, as part of his ‘Scary Hours’ project. He was later accused of stealing the artwork for the double single.
Earlier this year, the rapper took to social media to describe his video as “the most important thing I have ever done in my career”.
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”.