What happens when "Beast Mode" meets someone who made an uncredited appearance on Travis Scott's "Sicko Mode?"
Hilarity. And pain. Lots of both.
Kevin Durant dunked on Drake, but former Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch made the most of his limited screen time in the rapper's music video for "Laugh Now Cry Later" featuring Lil Durk. The Oakland native easily passed E-40 and Mistah F.A.B. appearing in "The Motto" in the race for the most memorable appearance by an East Bay legend in a Drake video -- the crown still belongs to Wanda Salvatto, Mac Dre's mother, in "The Motto" -- with a blissfully brief and perfectly profane cameo.
See for yourself, and watch Lynch lay out the former "Degrassi" star with a bone-crunching tackle on a field at Nike's Beaverton, Ore. campus. Lynch's cameo begins around the 2:00 mark and the language, of course, is NSFW.
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Drake once sang that he had people showing fake love to him straight up to his face (straight up his face), and Lynch once said the "deeper metaphor" behind his mindset was "run through a motherf--ker's face."
So, yeah, that went about exactly as you'd expect.
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Really, Lynch's appearance was a lot like his two-year Raiders tenure.
It was shorter than you remember, but you're also not gonna forget it anytime soon.