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Drake partied with LeBron James at a Toronto restaurant to celebrate tequila launch

Lobos 1707, the tequila brand backed by LeBron James, will soon be available at the LCBO and the basketball star partied with Drake at a Toronto restaurant to celebrate the announcement.

They both lived it up at steakhouse Harbour Sixty for a launch that took place on March 17.

A promotional video shows Drake and James doing tequila shots, sipping cocktails and chowing down on party food like sliders.

Anthony Davis, Russell Westbrook, Trevor Ariza, and Carmelo Anthony were also at the event.

It also looks as if Drake might have been gifted his own custom engraved bottle of tequila. 

The independent spirits supplier was founded in 2020 by CCO Diego Osorio with James as a backer. They champion inclusivity as one of their main values with taglines "build a bigger table" and "all for the pack."

Lobos 1707 was also named the month's fastest-growing liquour brand by Drizly in February 2022.

Drake doesn't necessarily have any specified involvement in the brand, but he's partnered with James on other business ventures and was presumably invited to the launch as his friend and to celebrate the launch in his home country of Canada.

The rapper has also previously been spotted courtside at a basketball game with a bottle of Lobos 1707.

Lobos 1707 Reposado Tequila and Lobos 1707 Joven Tequila should be available at the LCBO this spring.

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