Drake stages 'Degrassi' reunion in new music video

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Daniel Clark - best known for playing Sean Cameron on "Degrassi: The Next Generation" - isn't feeling the love after missing out on a cameo in Drake's new music vid. and is clueless why he didn't get the invite. Then, after some flexing outside the Degrassi Community School, we go inside to see Emma (Miriam McDonald) helping BFF Manny (Cassie Steele) - who infamously pushed back against the "Degrassi" dress code - adjust her top. The Raptors global ambassador meets up with Spinner and heads off to the reunion.

The principal, played by Brogran, also appears in the clip along with Jay (Jason Mewes) and Silent Bob (Kevin Smith). Fights break out, room are broken into, copy machines are violated and Nina Dobrev rides a child's tricycle down a hallway. They will all dance, drink, Drake will take selfies with various handsome females, but then the party will go a bit out of hand when the heavy drinking causes fights, puking, and cringey hook-up sessions.


In addition to dropping the clip, Drake announced Scorpion would be released on June 27, and shared the album artwork, a stern black-and-white portrait.

"It was the reunion we've always wanted, and we were thrilled to do it with our old friend", Collins, who played the bisexual Paige Michalchuk on "Degrassi: The Next Generation" who once kissed Jimmy, tells Variety.

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