Drake Stars in State Farm Super Bowl Commercial

  /  02.07.2021

Like a good neighbor…

Drake made a surprise appearance in State Farm’s first-ever, in-game Super Bowl commercial on Sunday (Feb. 7). In the 30-second clip, which aired during the first half of the game, Patrick Mahomes and Aaron Rodgers are on set of a commercial for the insurance company lamenting about their stand-ins who don’t exactly look like them. Chiefs superfan and actor Paul Rudd plays Mahomes’ stand-in, while Adrian Martinez aka “The Cheesehead” doubles as Rodgers.

But Jake from State Farm (Kevin Mimms) is surprised when he meets his stand-in—Drake from State Farm.

“That’s right, Drake from State Farm,” says Drizzy while wearing Jake’s red State Farm polo and eating from the craft services table.

The 6 God even tries to recite State Farm’s famous slogan before he’s cut off by the actual State Farm guy. “Stand-ins don’t have lines,” he tells the Certified Lover Boy.

Watch the hilarious spot below.


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