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Around town: ‘Girls’ star Jemima Kirk

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After officially announcing his return to the New York Jets for a $70 million dollar deal on Tuesday, Darrelle Revis was seen out and about in South Beach, at Bodega Taqueria y Tequila hanging out at the bar and drinking … tequila.

Ivana Trump was part of a group of four who had dinner Tuesday at the newly opened Quality Meats Miami Beach.

DJ Jazzy Jeff from the ’80s NBC sitcom Fresh Prince of Bel Air and Miami’s own DJ Irie co-hosted the Hello Yellow Launch Party Benefit for the DJ Irie Foundation initiatives Tuesday at Miami’s Allapattah Literacy Center. The event took place at the Mana Production Complex in Wynwood and also celebrated the Red Bull launch of its new Yellow edition.

Girls star Jemima Kirke had dinner with a friend Wednesday at Makoto in Bal Harbour. On Thursday, former CSI: Miami actor David Caruso lunched there and later dined at Quality Meats.

Bosnian folk singer Haris Džinović had dinner Wednesday at The Forge.

Latin pop singer Carlos Vives was spotted staying at the JW Marriott Marquis Miami this week, Tuesday through Thursday, while shooting a video with reggaeton superstar Daddy Yankee.

Former Fugees member Pras Michel debuted his acclaimed movie, Sweet Micky for President Friday at the Miami International Film Festival. The film, directed by Ben Patterson, “accomplishes what it sets out to do: tell an unconvoluted, sanitized tale of how a provocative, bald-headed singer became Haiti’s president 15 months after a devastating earthquake,” writes the Miami Herald’s Jacqueline Charles. There are many cameos in it too — Ben Stiller, Bill Clinton, among them. We asked Michel about his cinematic efforts and he replied, “I think this is one of the most important black films in the last 50 years.”