Drake made his own version of Taylor Swift’s Apple Music commercial for the 2016 American Music Awards on Sunday.
The parody sees the rapper first lip syncing, then singing along to one of Swift’s songs in the gym, mimicking her ad from earlier this year, in which she eats in on a treadmill while rapping along to Drake and Future’s 2015 single “Jumpman.”
In the clip, the Toronto rapper waits until his friend leaves before putting on the song and dancing around the gym. The parody ends with Drake losing control of a bench press because the song is so “distractingly good.”
Drake took home the award for Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop album early in the night for “VIEWS,” marking the rapper’s first AMA win. He came into the night with a record 13 nominations, more than anyone in history.
The show was hosted by the “Saturday Night Live” alum and model Gigi Hadid, who opened the show with an awkward Melania Trump impression that was roundly mocked on social media.
Watch Drake’s parody below:
— American Music Awards (@AMAs) November 21, 2016