Drake, Rihanna film music video at Toronto restaurant

Superstars Drake and Rihanna were spotted at a popular Caribbean-style restaurant in Toronto’s east end, where they were shooting a music video together.

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The Real Jerk restaurant, located at 842 Gerrard St. East near Carlaw Avenue, was closed down Friday night for the shoot.

The Real Jerk Restaurant will be closed on Friday February 5, 2016
842 Gerrard Street - We will be re-open on Saturday February 6 @ noon

— Real Jerk Restaurant (@RealJerkToronto) February 5, 2016

Meanwhile, eager fans gathered outside the establishment in hopes of catching a glimpse of the artists.

Several posted photos of the scene to social media.

Drake and Rihanna leaving the set of the "Work" video last night in Toronto pic.twitter.com/jbOhoOlXQ0

— Drake (@DrakeBible_) February 6, 2016

Quem estava presente também foi a mãe de Drake! pic.twitter.com/xiJFOLb4wn

— Drake Brasil (@DrakeDrizzyBr) February 6, 2016

Rihanna was in Toronto to film her latest music video “Work,” which features the Toronto rapper.

The restaurant has since reopened for business.



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