Much parodied Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte was in Miami Sunday for the Dolphins/Jets game where he spent most of the game at Livs Sun Life Stadium spot, and then later asking his followers on Twitter where he should go to party despite hash tagging Liv along with his bizarre, toolish, trademarked catchphrase Jeah. Turns out Lochte took his own advice and did party at Liv all night says our source, where he shot the CO2 gun all over The Situation, who had an instant bromance with him. The two hung out all night after having their pick of model-like girls rushing over to both of them all night. Uh, jeah?
Quickly earning status as a regular, rapper Trey Songz was seen having dinner with friends Sunday at Prime Italian.
Legendary graffiti artist Futura, who has showed his works alongside the likes of Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat and has painted on stage with The Clash, will be at two private events at Wynwood Kitchen & Bar and Wynwood Walls showcasing the Limited Edition Hennessy V.S bottle he has designed. Hell also be signing those bottles from 4-5 p.m. Friday at Total Wine and More, 14750 Biscayne Blvd., and from 6:30-8 p.m. Friday at Gulf Liquors, 1681 Alton Rd.
Also making an appearance at Gulf Liquors from 6-8 p.m. Oct. 5 is Timbaland, Grammy Award-winning super producer and recent founder of LeSUTRA Sparkling Liqueur. Buy any two bottles of LeSUTRA from Gulf Liquors, and your meet and greet with Timbaland is guaranteed, says a press rep. To reserve your spot, email JorgeGulf@aol.com or call 305-915-4331.
Congrats to local DJ Jonathan Garcia, better known as DJ Obscene, whose collaborations with Pitbull, Flo Rida, LMFAO and more led Clear Channel execs to choose him to represent South Florida at the iHeartRadio Festival in Las Vegas over the weekend, where he also warmed up for mega DJ Pete Tong and played alongside Ne-Yo at the after party Saturday night at Haze. Obscene, who spins regularly at all sorts of South Beach spots, can be heard every Friday and Saturday night on Y100.