Drake Reunited With His Former Degrassi Costars And It’s Everything: Photos

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Drake reunited with some of his former Degrassi: The Next Generation costars on Wednesday, Aug. 5  George Pimentel/WireImage

Whatever it takes, these pals will make it through! Drake took a break from feuding with Meek Mill to take part of, basically, the Best. Reunion. Ever. The rapper walked down memory lane when he hung out with some of his former Degrassi costars at the We Are Disorderly premiere in his native Toronto on Wednesday, Aug. 5.

The "Hold On, We're Going Home" entertainer, 28, was joined by Degrassi: The Next Generation's Lauren Collins (Paige Michalchuk), Daniel Clark (Sean Cameron), and Adamo Ruggiero (Marco Del Rossi).

"Some old friends got together last night at the #wearedisorderly premiere," Collins, 28, captioned one Instagram photo.

Always great seeing this guy @champagnepapi @robbywclark @wearedisorderly #wearedisorderly #screening

A photo posted by Daniel Clark (@thedanielclark) on Aug 5, 2015 at 6:09pm PDT

Clark, 29, added in a second pic: "Always great seeing this guy @champagnepapi @robbywclark @wearedisorderly #wearedisorderly #screening."

Drake looked sharp at the event, which launched Mazin Elsadig and Jonathan Malen's new web series. He wore a cream long-sleeve top and kept flashing his pearly whites.

The star played Jimmy Brooks in the Canadian teen series for 145 episodes from 2001 to 2009. His character showed off his rapping skills(!), bro'd out with BFF Gavin "Spinner" Mason (Shane Kippel), and even overcame tragedy when he was left in a wheelchair after a school shooting.

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Melissa McIntyre, Shenae Grimes, Shane Kippel, Aubrey Graham in Degrassi: The Next Generation. CATV / courtesy Everett Collection

Drake is very much loved in Toronto. In September 2014, some of his fans plastered his face on wheelchair signs around Toronto in honor of his squeaky clean role.

"It's been awesome to have so many people respond to our silly little art project! I never expected this, but I'm flattered by the attention," journalist Lauren O'Neil exclusively told Us Weekly of her idea at the time. "It's nice to have a rapper put our city on the map."

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