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Sales up 20% at The Real Jerk since Work video

It looks like Rihanna and Drake's video at The Real Jerk work, work, worked to bring more customers into the Gerrard Street restaurant.

Co-owner Lili Pottinger apparently told TMZ that business has been up 20 percent since the video came out on Monday. She also said that while Rihanna and Drake partied it up at The Real Jerk's Leslieville outpost, she maintains a "zero tolerance policy" for illegal substances at her eatery.

Earlier this month, fans went nuts when they learned that Rihanna would be shooting part of her "Work" video in Toronto. You can watch the video below.

Does Drake and Rihanna's video make you want to visit the Real Jerk? Let us know in the comments.


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