Drake Dresses Up as a Werewolf + Gets Interviewed by Andy Samberg on ‘SNL’
Last night, Drake not only hit the stage at 'Saturday Night Live' for to perform, the rapper/singer also showed off his hilarious acting chops. Drake, who used to act on the Canadian television series 'Degrassi,' dressed up as a "bag jackin'" werewolf in one sketch and also sat down for the strangest interview of all time with Andy Samberg.
Drizzy got us all in the Halloween spirit when he showed up on the set of 'Weekend Update' to perform an original rap song about terrorizing trick-or-treaters. He and 'SNL' cast member Jay Pharaoh went hard in their werewolf costumes as they rapped about "bag jackin'," which is when you're too old to trick-or-treat, so instead of "looking like a pedophile," Dreezy and Pharaoh (whose characters were simply defined as "teenagers dressed as werewolves") snatch kids' Halloween candy.
In another skit, Drake sat down for a series of odd interviews with Lonely Island frontman Andy Samberg. First, it started as a brief interview, where Drake said next to nothing before the camera cut out. Then, the 'Headlines' hitmaker partakes in a series of even wackier questioning segments, including "An Extremely Close Interview," "An Extremely Sarcastic Interview," and "A Matching Sweaters Interview." Watch out for the freaky Halloween surprise at the end!
Watch Drake Dress Up as a Werewolf and Rap About 'Bag Jackin'' on 'SNL'
Watch the 'SNL' Digital Short: Drake Interview