Drake Busts Out Amazing Dance Moves to Taylor Swift's 'Bad Blood' After Shouting Out 'Degrassi' at the AMAs
By Alex Ungerman
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Drake and Taylor Swift’s relationship is anything but “Bad Blood.”
The "One Dance” rapper landed his own Apple Music spot and may have just topped Swift’s infamous treadmill fall, which took place while she was listening to Drake & Future's “Jumpman.” Not only do we get to see his own painful workout fail, but Drake also treats us to some of his signature amazing dance moves while pumping iron to the 1989 singer’s hit.
This wasn't Drake's only amazing moment of the night.
While accepting the AMA for Favorite Rap/Hip Hop album for Views, the rapper also gave some love to his former Degrassi co-star Nina Dobrev, who presented the award in a mini-reunion for the Canadian teen drama stars!
"We've come along way, you know," he told his TV classmate with a smile. "Congratulations on all your success."
Fans on the internet went crazy over the shout-out, which even prompted the Degrassi show Twitter account to tweet, "Big congrats on the #AMAs win @Drake and thanks for the shout-out! #SixDegreesOfDegrassi."