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Drake spotted working at McDonald's for music video shoot

Drake may be a superstar, but he's not too rich and famous to flip a few burgers at your local fast food joint — or at least, pretend to for a music video.

The 6ix god was spotted behind the counter at a McDonald's in Atlanta, apparently for a new music video.

Future, 21 Savage, Mike Will Made-It and Big Bank were also in attendance, all of them donned in specially branded fast-food uniforms for the shoot, which featured scenes in the fast-food restaurant and a cell phone store.

The video may be part of something bigger that Drake and Future, who have made an album together in the past, are working on. Drake did tease Toronto fans earlier this month with news of a new album coming out in 2020.

This isn't the first time Drake has made headlines for something to do with McDonald's — he tipped two employees of the fast food giant $100 each (unfortunately not the $10,000 that was initially reported) on a late-night food run there earlier this year.

Between this new video, a potential new record, and the recent launch of his new cannabis brand, the guy is definitely keeping busy.

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