Drake argues with Tyra Banks at Cheesecake Factory in "Child's Play" videoA 12-minute teaser before "Please Forgive Me" arrives.
Sep 4, 2016

Before unveiling the accompanying short to Views, called "Please Forgive Me," Drake releases the music video for "Child's Play."

At 12 minutes, the video pulls from several key lines in the song, most notably "Why you gotta fight with me at Cheesecake, you know I love to go there." To properly illustrate that lyric, Drizzy incurs the fury of a pissed off Tyra Banks, who guest stars as the rapper's love interest turned ex, after the latter combs through his phone to discover he'd been lying about his whereabouts. This culminates in Tyra slathering a nice piece of Cheesecake Factory's famous dessert on Drake's face and later, to top it all off, pouring a glass of wine over his head. Whoa. After all that, Drizzy eventually bounces back strong, which you can see for yourself below.

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