Wasting no time getting into the Miami Music Week scene, on Monday night, rappers Travis Scott and O.T. Genasis performed at Rockwell nightclub where EDM legends David Guetta and Cedric Gervais were also seen enjoying the night with friends and taking pictures.
Also here for Miami Music Week, DJs Martin Garrix and Afrojack were spotted Monday at Komodo enjoying drinks and food. Other diners included telenovela star William Levy, Rihanna’s manager Jay Brown and the Miami Heat’s star rookie Justise Winslow.
Shark Tank’s Daymond John was overheard Monday night talking business and offering advice to his fellow passengers on a New York to SoFlo flight on JetSmarter, the private jet app to the stars used by people such as Larsa Pippen (she Instagrammed her experience), who pay a $9,000 membership fee.
New York Giants Jason Pierre-Paul was spotted hanging out with friends last Saturday at Rec Room at the Gale South Beach.
Chelsea Handler was spotted having brunch with friends last weekend at Zuma.
Handler’s (alleged) ex boyfriend, rapper 50 Cent, is performing a “much needed respite from the EDM” at 11 p.m. Monday at Rockwell, 743 Washington Ave. Doors open at 11 p.m. Tickets are $30 and available at www.rockwellmiami.wantickets.com.
Miami has been nothing but a reality show ratings poison, but WE tv is hoping to change that with its new docu-series, My Life is a Telenovela, featuring real life Spanish-speaking soap stars including Raquenel, Sissi Fleitas, Gustavo Pedraza, Enrique Sapene and Liliana Gonzalez all vying for the same top spot on a Telemundo telenovela. “WE tv is a network that was really built on diversity, bringing viewers personalities and programming it has historically been hard to find on the mainstream dial, and this show continues that commitment to new faces and voices,” said Marc Juris, WE tv president. “We are so excited to bring this world and the passionate men and women who make these incredibly popular soap operas to our viewers, and proud of a strategic partnership with Telemundo that will bring a high level of credibility and authenticity to our show.”