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OTRC: Drake, in disguise, gets insulted, talks sex tape in 'Jimmy Kimmel' video

Rapper Drake dons a disguise before heading out to talk to people on the streets of Hollywood, California as part of an 'I Witness News' segment taped for ABC's 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' that aired on April 10, 2014. The rapper, who appeared on the series to promote his upcoming ESPYs 2014 hosting gig, asked people what they think about him and got insulted to his face. This man, however, turned out to be a fan and got to appear on stage on the show. (ABC Photo / Randy Holmes)

An undercover Drake got insulted to his face on the streets of Hollywood, but it was all in good fun.

The Canadian-born rapper and former "Degrassi" actor, whose real name is Aubrey Drake Graham, recently donned a disguise, which included a wig, fake beard and thick, black glasses, and talked to pedestrians on a sidewalk that is part of the Hollywood Walk of Fame while filming an "I Witness News" video, which parodies "man-on-the-street" news segments, titled "Fake Drake" for the ABC talk show "Jimmy Kimmel Live!." The episode aired on Thursday, April 11.

He asked the people what they thought about Drake and his performance as the host of the 2014 ESPYs the night before. In reality, the rapper is set to host the annual sports award ceremony on July 16.

"I don't like Drake. I think he's an actor. He's not a real rapper," one man said, to which Drake replied: "I agree, a hundred percent."

He baited another man, asking him how he felt about Drake "refusing to acknowledge Caucasian athletes" at the ESPYs -- a false statement. Drake's American father is black and his Canadian mother is white.

"I think it's baloney," the man replied, adding that he hoped Drake's career would be impacted in a negative way as a result.

Drake asked him how he felt about the rapper crying at the ESPYs.

"Definitely not manly -- I'd say he's a chicken head," the man said.

He also asked a woman if she was excited about watching Drake perform at Coachella, where a sex tape featuring the rapper would be screened -- both events that are not set to occur.

"No," she said.

He did, however, meet a real fan.

"I think he definitely killed it," the person said, regarding Drake's fictional past ESPYs hosting gig. "He did an awesome performance. Definitely a great guy."

Watch the video below and find out how people reacted when Drake removed his disguise (Warning: Contains expletives). "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" airs on ABC on weeknights at 11:35 p.m. ET.

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