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Watch: Steph Curry, Jimmy Butler and Drake freak out at crazy David Blaine trick

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What is the best way to freak out two superstar basketball players, a musician and a comedian? Well, if you're magician David Blaine, it's to spit out frogs into a glass of water. 

The 43-year-old, who once stayed in a box suspended above the Thames river for 44 days, was with two-time Most Valuable Player Stephen Curry, Chicago Bulls star Jimmy Butler, Toronto Raptors fan and rapper Drake and Dave Chappelle, and managed to give everyone the heebeegeebees with his latest mind-boggling trick. 

As part of his new special 'David Blaine: Beyond Magic', the magician was with his star-studded cast, when he brought up the subject of frogs. 

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Reminding Chappelle about frogs' relevance to the Bible in Exodus 8 where they rain from the sky, Blaine picked up a champagne glass filled with water, took a big gulp and spat a frog into the glass - yes, that's right, he spat a frog out of his mouth.

Handing the glass to Drake, who along with Butler was completely freaked out, he moved to Chappelle and, yup you guessed it, spat out another frog into another glass. 

He then asked Steph to check his mouth was empty - which could be seen - before a third frog came spouting out of his mouth.

Yes, it was very weird.

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