Christmas for Drake fans came early on Monday night, as the music sensation dropped his newest music video War. However, Toronto fans were in for a bit of a surprise when they noticed a familiar face in the background. Marcella Zoia, also infamously known as Toronto's "Chair Girl" was spotted in a short cameo in Drake's music video.
The three-minute video, which was dropped as a Christmas surprise, gave fans an inside look on the rapper's spotty relationship with The Weeknd after both artists dated Bella Hadid.
"We just had to fix things, family, 6 tings, we can't split up," Drake revealed, showing that the alleged feud has been patched up. Was it a Christmas miracle? It's hard to say.
However, with the quick drop of the new single, many fans were shocked to see some of the talents that were hired to play the background actors in some of the scenes.
Zoia, who has been making headlines this year for throwing a chair off a highrise condo in Toronto, seemed to be ending her 2019 year off with Drake.
Near the end of the video, she can be seen inside the blue-lit house with a group of girls, laughing as Drake continues to recite his lines.
While the cameo is quick, lasting only a few seconds, many fans were quick to spot the 20-year-old out of the crowd.
Of course, while fans were unaware of the collab between the two Torontonians, Zoia dropped a few hints on her Instagram leading up to the release of the music video.
Two photos were posted on her Instagram on December 16, featuring her in the same outfit and blue-lit set as the music video took place in.
Despite her newfound fame, Chair Girl pleaded guilty to Mischief Endangering Life back in November, meaning that the 20-year-old could be facing up to 6 months in jail.
She is expected to re-appear back in court in January to be sentenced.
Her lawyer stated back in November they are hoping to avoid jail time, "I think that's excessive very much so, we have to remember that Marcella is 19-years-old when you deal with somebody so young in my opinion they are not fully developed."