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Wherever Drake is, apparently.
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The Canadian rapper made up for lost time after rescheduling two Miami shows due to illness.
On Monday, after his first rescheduled show at AmericanAirlines Arena, the “Kiki” singer was spotted at Zuma Miami for the launch of Mod Sélection Champagne with founder Brent Hocking. The two were joined by Lee Schrager, founder of South Beach Wine & Food Festival, executives from Southern Glazer’s Wine and Spirits and approximately 40 invited guests. Clink!
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Spies say Champagne Papi popped a few bottles of the bubbly first in Zuma’s private dining room and then migrated to the restaurant’s waterfront terrace on the Miami River where he continued to down more bubbly and mingle with guests. While the 32 year old dined on beef skewers, salmon tartar, miso-marinated black cod and buttermilk fried chicken, DJ Yissel spun the music star’s award-winning hits.
After his second, epic reskedded AAA show on Tuesday, Drake was so not done. Not even close. He celebrated the successful and healthy end of the South Florida leg of his Aubrey & The Migos Tour with an afterparty and performance at E11EVEN Miami.
Drizzy arrived at the club around 3 a.m., almost immediately getting on the mic and encouraging the crowd take a shot with him before he took center stage. He performed hits including “Sicko Mode,” “In My Feelings,” and “God’s Plan” — a song whose music video was shot in the Magic CIty, where he gave out $1 million to the city’s underprivileged.
Drake duly ended the night with: “Miami, I love you to the death. I appreciate y’all always showing so much love.”
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