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The 5 funniest Drake parodies on Instagram

Drake memes have taken over the internet in the past few months, with alternate takes on his new album cover just the latest example. The internet loves Drizzy and nowhere is that more clear than on Instagram where Drake cakes, spoofs and Views jokes rule the day.

Here's a roundup of some of the funniest Drake parody Instagram accounts.

@viewsfromwayup
This account has taken full advantage of the Views album cover, transporting a seated Drizzy everywhere from Honest Ed's to Walt Disney World. If you don't think the edits are up to snuff, you can easily make a your own version.

drake twins

@draketwins
What's better than one Drake? Two, obviously. Scroll through this feed to see Aubrey and Aubrey hit Raptors games, perform duets and take to the skies.

Typical.Drake

@typical.drake
Tired of waiting for @fuckjerry to post a meme of your hometown hero? Click yourself over to @typical.drake to get your fix. The account posts lol-worthy edits and Twitter screen grabs, all featuring Toronto's golden boy. The photo quality isn't the sharpest, but the jokes are on point.

U of T Drizzy

@uoftdrizzy
Drake is known to make appearances at Raptors games and Fring's, but you probably won't catch him roaming the Scarborough campus of U of T on the regular. One ingenious individual saw that as an issue and remedied it with the magic of Photoshop. On this feed you'll see Drizzy pop up at the IITS Student Helpdesk, in labs and mingling with fellow students.

drake on cake

@drakeoncake
New Orleans-based baking Queen @joythebaker has put her talents to good use, crafting colourful cakes with popular Drake lyrics. The edible art account showcases confections with lyrics to hits like Energy, Right Hand and Hold On, We're Going Home.

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