Drake Gets 'Sound Advice' From 'SNL's' Vanessa Bayer

  /  06.11.2014


Drake doesn’t need advice, but he gets some anyway from “Saturday Night Live” star Vanessa Bayer in her “Sound Advice” comedy sketch. Bayer plays Janessa Slater, a media coach whose job is to help artists fix their image, one bad joke at a time.

During their sit-down, Slater suggests some more “hip-hop” names for Drizzy including Graham Cracka and Drake Time, but they don’t go over too well.

She also suggests that the rapper set up a profile on Jewish dating site JDate and jokes about his hit “Started From the Bottom.”

“This has been exhausting,” says Drake after the grueling four-and-a-half-minute session.


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