Drake and Sexyy Red Have a Baby in "Rich Baby Daddy" Video Co-Starring SZA

From 'For All the Dogs' straight to the maternity ward, as directed by Drake.

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Drake's "Rich Baby Daddy" just got the visual treatment.

The OVO head dropped the self-directed music video for his For All the Dogs single on Wednesday, with SZA and a pregnant Sexyy Red showing up for a house party and a trip to the maternity ward. Drizzy, in keeping with the song's title, plays the father of 25-year-old Sexyy's impending child (who was actually born this month).

Drake, 37, opens the video in a suburban driveway with an old-school camcorder. "Got a little van for the kids, putting in that OT, that over time," says the 6 God cosplaying as someone who just "finally got out the hood" and has to figure out the mysterious workings of car-seats.

Drake proceeds to give his "wife" Sexyy a holiday gift in their home, then celebrate New Year's alongside SZA and some friends. Once the "SkeeYee" rapper's water breaks, the three hitmakers hop in the minivan and head to the hospital. Sexyy delivers her baby just in time to deliver her verse while cradling the newborn.

Rich Baby Daddy Music Video Out Nie! pic.twitter.com/XwotZUHVQg

— Sexyy Red (@SexyyRed314_) February 14, 2024
Twitter: @SexyyRed314_

Before the credits roll (revealing Drake directed this one himself), Sexyy Red is seen in a hospital bed after having her IRL baby—marking her second child—with a congratulatory note.

I’m wrong if I put drake on child support?

— Sexyy Red (@SexyyRed314_) February 15, 2024
Twitter: @SexyyRed314_

This likely won't be our last music video glimpse at Sexyy—who joked she should get child support from Drake—in the birthing suite. She teased the hospital-set "Bow Bow Bow (F My Baby Dad)" visual a mere week ago.

"Rich Baby Daddy" was the third single from October's For All the Dogs and peaked at No. 11 on the Billboard Hot 100, where it's remained for 18 weeks and now sits at No. 32, the highest slot currently occupied by Drake. SZA is impressively at No. 5 right now with "Snooze," which has been on the Hot 100 for 60 weeks and climbed to No. 2 at its peak.

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