When your city's home to a music mogul like Drake, you often get high-profile guests coming to visit. And that was the case for Toronto as Drizzy was snapped hanging out and shooting hopes with DJ Khaled this week. Drake and DJ Khaled hit up the studio and the basketball court while spending a little time in the 6ix.\nOn Wednesday, January 22, Khaled shared a video of the CN Tower on his Instagram before posting "another one!" which showed him joking around with his Canadian pal.\nAccording to the clips and their captions, the New Orleans DJ and exec. visited both Drake's house and studio during his brief time in Toronto.\nAnd one video in particular caught the eye. In the footage, the duo appear to be on the OVO basketball court in Drake's house and are matching each other shot for shot.\nBut, in an unexpected twist, fans are doubting the truth of the video. In particular, they reckon some pretty creative editing has taken place.\nThe 58-second clip starts with Khaled making an impressive three-point shot before Drake tries to show off a little and make one himself. It was all smiles as, to be frank, each shot made was an easy three-pointer for these NBA "prospects".\nView this post on Instagram WHEN GREATS CONNECT AND REAL FRIENDS/BROTHERS CONNECT . It’s always GREAT energy ! Key 🔑 word (GREAT) It was a tie 🏀 Now please note I had no shoes on @champagnepapi House is so incredible , so I had the ultimate respect and took my shoes off walking through the Embassy . ———————————————— Yes I know I should of brought my sneakers to the court . But the house was so big it would took long time to get back to the court ———————————————— @ivanberrios you got that? Smartest ting you ever did in your whole career . #WETHEBEST #OVO FAMILY TING A post shared by DJ KHALED (@djkhaled) on Jan 22, 2020 at 8:46am PST\nBut the back-and-forth seemed too good to be true for some viewers and that, combined with the jerky movements, has left fans suspicious that this video may not be all it seems.\nIn fact, to be blunt, people think the flow of making every bucket smells like BS.\n"Yo, no one is really believing that. Editing team did a good number on the 'cut' button," reads one tweet.\nHow many edits did y’all really do here— Kosher (@kosherfteswl) January 23, 2020\nYo, no one is really believing that. Editing team did a number on the “cut” button— Peter Marin (@SaltyCaneScout) January 23, 2020\nKeep cutting the video 😂 🧢— Franky🗽 (@CalinerTrinity) January 22, 2020\nYou know many shots they prolly edited out for dis shit😭— Mari (@NCW_Mari) January 23, 2020\nIt's a lot of scene cuts. You sure they were matching shots?— Ardyn Izunia🌗 (@WhoTmike) January 22, 2020\nGood job boys. 👏👏 but seriously that had to be 100+ takes already— Sieli Langi-Pousima 🇹🇴 🇫🇯 (@LesTheeStallion) January 23, 2020\nEdited, you never see the arc of the ball w them in the shot. Nicely edited tho— Eddie (@EddieTravels) January 23, 2020\nSome replies even share videos of both Drake's and DJ Khaled's basketball moments and how amateur-ish the stars have appeared in the past.\nThe shade is real.\nAlthough, you never know, both stars could have improved a lot since then.\npic.twitter.com/Sa849c3KT4— Franky the Toitle 🐢 (@DrewPage1) January 23, 2020\nDon’t act like we forgot about this pic.twitter.com/T7AgZ30Tb8— braeden putty (@putty_braeden) January 23, 2020\nAs for the actual main reason the pair got together, well, it seems like we might be expecting a collab from the stars in the not-too-distant future.\nAt least, that's if images shared by Khaled from Drake's recording studio are anything to go by.\nView this post on Instagram It’s amazing what you can get done in 24 hours 🕐 @champagnepapi I can’t wait to share these moments and real life Story wit you 🔑🦉 #OVO #WTB FAMILY TING! 📸 @jamiefcw luv always khaled khaled BTW - NICE STUDIO 👀👋🏽 A post shared by DJ KHALED (@djkhaled) on Jan 22, 2020 at 10:42am PST\n"It’s amazing what you can get done in 24 hours @Drake. I can’t wait to share these moments and real life Story wit you #OVO #WTB FAMILY TING! luv always khaled khaled BTW - NICE STUDIO," reads DJ Khaled's tweet.\nWe may never know if this video was edited or if they really do know how to make back-to-back-to-back baskets.\nWhat we do know, though, is that they make some damn good music, and we're psyched for the collab.