Drake and French Montanas' single "No Shopping," long assumed to be a lyrical rebuff against Joe Budden's stream of diss tracks leveled at Drizzy, just received a mustachioed music video. 

Drizzy and French assume their Dominican alter-egos—French Montaña and El Draké—and welcome viewers to their beachside golf tournament, "El Coke Boys Clasico," which is televised on "OVO Deportes." They wear goofy mustaches, talk about about pro-basketball players like "Carmelo Antonio," and put on equally goofy accents. 

The video oscillates between the duo partying with bikini-clad women at a mansion, and El Draké whacking a golf ball into the ocean. The whole thing climaxes when Drake breaks character and tells French Montana: "Your fake Spanish is legendary."

But why did Drizzy and French feel it necessary to assume Latin caricatures? Video directory Spiff TV told Billboard: "For some reason, everybody thinks Drake's Dominican and that French Montana is Puerto Rican. We wanted to give that vibe and show the world that Dominican Casa de Campo energy."

Next, watch an episode of our digital miniseries The Drake Effect, this one detailing how Drizzy changed the mixtape game forever: