Alex Trebek raps Drake song on 'Jeopardy!'
Last night, the world finally got a chance to hear Alex Trebek rap to Drizzy. Sort of.
While reading out the $400 clue for "Musical Acts," the veteran 'Jeopardy!' host was forced into spitting rhymes from "Jumpman" - the hit song by Future and Toronto rapper Drake.
The moment was made even more surreal because Trebek had to say the lyrics verbatim:
"This Canadian rapped 'Jumpman, Jumpman, Jumpman, Them boys up to somethin,' Uh uh uh I think I need some Robitusson.'"
The correct response, of course, was Drake.
Although the idea of a rapping Trebek is strange, he's had to do it several times over the years.
A 2014 episode of Jeopardy featured lyrics from Grandmaster Flash's "The Message," The Beastie Boys "No Sleep 'Til Brooklyn,"
Notorious B.I.G.'s "Juicy", and Dr. Dre's Nuthin' But A G Thang."
Last year, he even recited lyrics from the "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" theme song.
Trebek spittin Drizzy is what Canadian dreams are made of pic.twitter.com/Ke504azlc6— Clemzingis (@TheClemReport) October 26, 2016