One Degrassi star did not get an invite to Drake's reunion music video and he is upset.

Daniel Clark, who played Sean Cameron from 2001-08 in Degrassi: The Next Generation, was noticeably missing from Drake's "I'm Upset" visual, which featured many of his old co-stars from the show. The video was released late Wednesday night.

Clark spoke with Page Six on Thursday morning and said, "No one ever reached out to me about this. I have no idea even when it was filmed. I woke up this morning and watched the music video and was like, 'What the hell is going on?'"

He also posted a bathroom selfie on Instagram and captioned it, "Woke up this morning feeling sad, then I was reminded how great people really are, and that made me happy."


"It sucks because it would have been great to see everybody," he said to Page Six. "The best part is the fans are getting what they want and that’s most important and everyone looks so happy, so that's kind of the silver lining there. It looked like everyone was having a great time, but for me, it was kind of sad too, because we were all really like family."

Clark, who is now a business owner in Toronto, told Page Six that he hasn't seen Drake in a few years and only sees other cast members every now and then.

Along with Clark, Ryan Cooley (who played J.T. Yorke for six seasons) and Mike Lobel (who was Jay Hogart for seven seasons) did not make it. Drake said Cooley thought the reunion was a scam in an Instagram comment.

On Wednesday night, Lobel tweeted, "I'm a little upset."