Actor Jonah Hill is an admitted hip-hop head who initially wanted to make beats before getting into acting and over the weekend, Hill got the chance to perform in front of a crowd. At  the VICE 20th anniversary party in Brooklyn, New York, Hill was urged by director Spike Jonze to hop on the stage--which was graced by Ghostface, Lil Wayne, Raekwon and Action Bronson throughout the night--and perform Drake's 2011 hit, "Marvin's Room." 

"Hey Drake, I sent you an emoji, dog; I sent you a panda emoji," said Hill when the mic was in his hands. And then I saw the dot, dot, dot, but thn that shit went blank. That shit kinda broke my heart, Drake."

Hill appeared to be having fun, drawing a roar from the crowd and putting his own personal flair on the song, but it was quite the contrary; Hill said he would never do something like that again. "Spike [Jonez] asked me to do it. It was like a bucket-list ting...I'll never do that ever again," Hill told Vulture.

The Wolf Of Wall Street actor may have been unhappy on stage, but it was definitely a fun performance. A true showman, indeed. Check out the video above.

[MTV News]
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