Drake, Tyra Banks Fight at Cheesecake Factory for Rapper's 'Child's Play' Music Video

Sep 06, 2016 05:08 AM EDT | Irene Cabrera


Drake has released overnight the music video for his new single "Child's Play," and it features an appearance from Tyra Banks.

The music video, which is 12 minutes long, sees the Canadian rapper and the American model celebrating their first year anniversary at the former's favorite restaurant chain The Cheesecake Factory. Everything is well until Banks starts to lash out, according to The Wrap.

Banks begins to accuse Drake (real name Aubrey Drake Graham) of cheating on her after she checks his phone for messages. "She called you Aubrey, she didn't even call you Drake!" she blasts him. "I call you Aubrey. Your mum calls you Aubrey. These bitches call you f---ing Drake."

Banks then proceeds to smear Drake's face with cheesecake, as well as pouring wine all over his head. "I don't care where we are!" she says as she continues to yell at neighboring tables while he tries to calm her down. "It's 10 o'clock at Cheesecake, what the hell are you doing up?"

No doubt Drake made use of shooting the music video to make use of his acting abilities, which he honed while he was still a part of the popular long-running Canadian drama series "Degrassi: The Next Generation," according to the Sydney Morning Herald.

The rest of the clip sees Drake blowing off steam over at V Line, which is a strip club in Houston, Texas where he usually hangs out. OB O'Brien, a contributor for OVO, also appears in the music video playing Texas Hammer, the owner of the strip club the rapper goes to. O'Brien has made appearances in numerous Drake videos in the past, according to Bustle.

"Child's Play" is taken off Drake's fourth studio album "Views." The album was released in April this year, and it spent a total of 12 weeks at number one of the US Billboard 200.

Watch the music video below:

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