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Drake reunited with his "Degrassi" co-stars Wednesday at a screening for the new web series "We Are Disorderly."
The rapper, whose been busy headlining OVO Fest and beefing with fellow rapper Meek Mill, managed to take time out of his busy schedule to support former castmates Al Mukadam and Mazin Elsadig, prompting an impromptu "Degrassi" reunion when he posed for a pic with Adamo Ruggiero (Marco), Lauren Collins (Paige) and Daniel Clark (Sean).
"It was a #Degrassi reunion tonight at the screening for the hilarious new web series @wearedisorderly," the official "Degrassi" Instagram page captioned a pic of the former co-stars.
The "Energy" rapper also posed with the stars and producers of the web series, Jonathan Malen, Al Mukadam and Mazin Elsadig.
"Thank you to all our friends and family who have supported us throughout this project. We couldn't have done it without you. #wearedisorderly," read the caption on the image in which the chart-topping musician is beaming from ear to ear.
Drake (real name: Aubrey Graham) starred on the hit series from 2001 to 2009. He played Jimmy Brooks, a basketball star who was paralyzed in the show's infamous shooting episode "Time Stands Still." Later in the series, Graham's musical skills were put to good use, as Jimmy pursued a career as a rapper (Never forget: "Shut up girl and make my lunch!"), before deciding to undergo a stem cell surgery.
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While Drake's time on the series may now be a thing of the past, Netflix recently announced that "Degrassi" will live on following the end of its 14 season run on Teen Nick. Canada's Family Channel and Netflix will air 20 new episodes of "Degrassi: Next Class," which is set to debut in 2016.