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Lil Wayne parties with Euro at Cameo

 
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Lil Wayne partied like a rap star Friday night at Cameo’s “Who’s Who” party along with his protégé, Euro. The duo, we’re told, took a VIP table overlooking the DJ booth, ordering “multiple bottles of champagne.”

Seen carbo-loading Friday night before the playoff games: the Miami Heat’s Chris Bosh and a pal at Macchialina. On Saturday, Calvin Klein and three friends were seen supping there.

While her fiancé Dwyane Wade was busy prepping to beat the Bobcats, Gabrielle Union spent Easter Sunday at db Bistro Moderne with two friends.

After the game, assistant Heat coach Juwan Howard was seen celebrating the victory with his family Sunday night at Zuma. Also seen there separately were Udonis Haslem and friends.

University of Miami basketball star Rion Brown was seen Saturday night at Red the Steakhouse, signing a representation contract with local Miami NBA sports agent Seth Cohen.

Because nothing says pastry chef and bartender like a freestyle concert headlined by Rob Base, Debbie Deb and Lisette Melendez, the Magic City Casino Players Club is hosting yet another “ultimate” competition seeking So Flo’s “most skillful bartenders and dessert creators.”

Entrants need to complete registration online by May 2 at www.theultimatemiami.com. A selection committee will choose the talent to advance to the finals, which culminate in a live extravaganza with the aforementioned performers at 7:30 p.m. June 13. Bartenders and pastry chefs must be employed at a bar, lounge, club or restaurant in Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach or Monroe counties.

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