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Drake Videobombs Sportscasters During the Warriors-Clippers Basketball Game Because Why Not?

You know how people in the crowd at sports events always get super excited when the camera is on them and start doing things to get noticed? Well, it turns out even some celebs can’t pass up an opportunity for some camera time.

The latest evidence to prove that celebs are just like us comes from Drake, who just couldn’t help but make a surprise appearance in the middle of a TNT sportscasters segment during the Golden State Warrios-Los Angeles Clippers game yesterday at the Staples Center. While leaving his courtside seat, Drizzy noticed that Mike Fratello and Kevin Calabro were on-air discussing the game, so he made a quick videobomb by crouching down and throwin’ his hand up in the air to the camera.

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A still from the funny clip, which made its way to Vine for all of our enjoyment, was reposted on the rapper’s Instagram with the caption, “We lit. 6.” At least his exit showed that Drake wasn’t too distraught over the Clippers loss. The 28-year-old was photographed making the most hilarious facial expressions during the game when he realized that LA wasn’t going to take home the win. Seriously, you guys, Drake was looking like the Golden State Warriors reached down into his soul and took everything that was good. And the way those emotions transfer onto his face is everything we never knew we needed. And while we’re entertained, Drizzy unfortunately keeps running through the 6 SoCal with his woes.

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