Fresh off the Summer Olympics in Rio, tennis titan Venus Williams was seen Friday with a group of 10 friends at Rockwell. After that, she was spotted around 5 a.m. Saturday at Miami’s racy E11even Miami. According to a spy, it was Williams’ first time there and she had a blast, munching on chicken and waffles and fries.
Lil Wayne had a ball Friday, rolling up to Basement Miami at The Miami Beach Edition with his own custom bowling balls. Apparently Weezy takes his bowling game seriously, and he’s very good. He played a few games and stayed late enjoying the music and ambiance. Lil Wayne can be spotted on the lanes at Basement regularly. He says it’s one of his favorite places to bowl.
Jamie Foxx sweetened his Sunday at Sugar Factory American Brasserie on Lincoln Road, where he and his friends sang T-Pain’s “Blame It” while sipping the restaurant’s signature alcohol-infused Lollipop Passion goblet. Before digging into chicken wings and macaroni and cheese pops, Foxx took videos and pictures with fans. That same day at the Sugar Factory’s Ocean Drive location, Philadelphia Eagles free agent Michael Vick and his family were seen celebrating his sister’s birthday with Patron Silver Shots, signature goblets and a sparkling banana split sundae.
After his sweet-tooth fix, Foxx, cradling a bottle of rosé champagne, joined DJ Khaled, Rick Ross, Yo Gotti and Chris Brown at LIV. The Oscar winner (“Ray”) hopped on top of his booth and danced with a “brunette mystery woman” while Khaled and Ross performed some of their hit songs for the hyped-up crowd. Brown and his own entourage were seen dancing along on a table on the stage.
Before leaving to play basketball in Israel, Amar’e Stoudemire hosted his In The Paint dinner series, a collaboration with emerging artists to benefit his foundation that exposes at-risk youth to educational opportunities in the arts and basketball, Thursday night at Prime 112. Among those spotted there: retired ballers Scottie Pippen and Asante Samuel, Vick and their respective wives.
Record producer Jermaine Dupri was seen relaxing Thursday on the terrace and in the hot and cold plunges with a female friend at Anatomy at 1220.
Good Humor has named actress Roselyn Sánchez, known for her current lead role in the comedy-drama series Devious Maids, as the Honorary Good Humor Woman to help kick-off the inaugural Miami tour with a launch event from noon to 3 p.m. Thursday, August 25 at Bayfront Park where she will join the Good Humor Joy Squad to hand out free ice cream to fans. Attendees will also have the chance to meet with Sanchez, take pictures, win giveaways and see the Good Humor Truck of the Future featuring digital screens, music and more. Following the launch event, the Good Humor Joy Squad will visit neighborhoods throughout Miami from August 25 to September 18, surprising and delighting those who live work and play in the city with free frozen treats, giveaways and more. Follow Good Humor on Foursquare for real-time updates on the Good Humor Truck’s location, or you tweet at @GoodHumor to find out where the Good Humor Truck will be in Miami.