Lil Wayne celebrated his 34th birthday Thursday at Story Nightclub. The rapper arrived with his normal entourage around 2:30 a.m., and he got right into popping bottles of Moët and Dom Perignon and carried around a personal bottle of Moët all night long. He was joined by friends, including Snoop Dogg, Mack Maine and DJ Irie. Before leaving around 4:30 a.m., Wayne performed a few of his songs for the fired-up crowd.
Gucci Mane performed Sunday at Cafe Iguana Pines for a Hennessy V.S party. Jumping on stage at 3 a.m., the rapper performed all his hits until the end of the night, when surprise guest Rick Ross jumped on stage and performed with him.
Spotted at Sunday night’s Feed Your Soul dinner party at The Forge: retired ballers Bryant McKinnie and Phillip Buchanon, and Keenyah Hill, season 4 runner-up on “America’s Next Top Model.”
Local bestselling author Brad Meltzer lost his mom to breast cancer. He also lost his dear friend and national advocate, Rochelle Shoretz. So as we begin Breast Cancer Awareness month, for every dollar you give to Shoretz’s breast cancer charity Sharsheret, Meltzer and his wife Cori will match it up to $100,000. Go to Sharsheret.org/rh, which helps Jewish women suffering from the disease, and donate in honor of someone you love. “We’re fighting back in the only way that ever works: together,” Meltzer tells us.
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Motown fans, rejoice! The Four Tops will perform a special fundraising concert 7:30 p.m. Friday at Magic City Casino to benefit Project: New Born’s efforts for the Schatzi and Stanley Kassal Project: New Born Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in the Holtz Children’s Hospital at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Medical Center Complex. Tickets, which include cocktails, an open bar and a four-course dinner, range from $250 to $5,000 and are available at www.projectnewborn.org.