Drake attends the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival - "The Carter Effect" Premiere held at Roy Thomson Hall.

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Jimmy Kimmel Presents Low Budget Parody Of Drake’s ‘God’s Plan’ Video

Kimmel's version is 10,000 times less dramatic.

February 24, 2018

By Hayden Wright

In Drake’s ambitious video for “God’s Plan,” the rapper gives away nearly $1 million to unsuspecting strangers in Miami — delighting the internet and making life a little easier for countless individuals.

Related: Watch Drake Give Away Nearly $1 Million in ‘God’s Plan’ Video

On Jimmy Kimmel Live!, the show’s writers decided to give Drake’s video a low-budget revamp. Kimmel’s sidekick Guillermo is tasked with the philanthropic mission of giving away $100 to strangers in a 99 Cent store.

Guillermo announces on a megaphone that all purchases in the store (under 99 cents) will be on him — but each shopper only gets one item, so wise choices must be made.

In one scene, he flips through a roll of $1 dollar bills like a wealthy playa. In another, he makes it rain ($1 bills) on a lady under an umbrella.

At the video’s close, Guillermo gives an oversized check for $96 and change to the store’s cashier.

Watch Kimmel and Guillermo’s hilarious take on “God’s Plan” here: