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It’s the 6 God live from 30 Rock. Drake returned to NBC studios, making his third appearance on Saturday Night Live this weekend. Serving as co-host and musical guest for the second time, the Canadian superstar caught the acting bug once again, playing various hilarious roles throughout the 90-minute show.

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The 29-year-old opened SNL with a singing monologue, crooning about being turned into memes all the time on social media. At one point, Drizzy welcomes “Rihanna” to the stage, quickly throwing on a black wig as he did a spoof of RiRi’s smash-hit “Work.” From there, the Toronto CEO/rapper/actor played a a car rental salesperson (“Rental Car”), a game show broadcaster (“American Ninja Warrior”), a frustrated and perverted lead singer (“Dennis Walls & The Cookies”), an office assistant (“Office Boss”), a dreadlocked guy from Toronto named Jared (“Black Jeopardy”), and went to battle with various SNL cast members Pete Davidson, Leslie Jones, Aidy Bryant, and SNL executive producer Lorne Michaels in a hilarious parody of his Meek Mill-diss track “Back to Back” (Drake’s Beef).

On the music side, Drake took to the studio stage to perform the songs “One Dance” (introduced by comedian/actor Chris Rock) and “Hype,” both off the platinum-selling album VIEWS.

Drake’s television appearances continues next week with a visit to Ellen before preparing for the “Summer Sixteen” North American tour with Future kicking off in July.

Previously:
Drake Visits The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (Video)
Drake Stars In SNL Promo
Drake To Appear On Ellen This Month
Drake Scores First Solo No. 1 Single With “One Dance,” Breaks Billboard Record With 20 Simultaneous Hits