Drake hasn’t stopped having fun in honor of the release of “Honestly, Nevermind.”
Shortly after releasing his seventh studio album on Friday night, the 35-year-old rapper celebrated by hitting up Miami hotspot Gala.
Page Six was informed by an insider that Drake and a small group of people arrived at 1 a.m., all dressed in his new merchandise, and proceeded to party until 5 a.m.
DJ Khaled, P.J. Tucker of the Miami Heat, and director Michael Bay—who was observed sharing numerous tequila shots with the rapper from “One Dance”—were among the notable attendees.
An eyewitness told us that Drake spent the entire evening “drinking passionfruit Ondas on ice” and that he made it a point to “greet and talk to” each and every one of his guests at the exclusive party.
Drake’s DJ mixed classic hits with tracks from his latest album. Drake and the audience both enjoyed the night’s selection of Drake songs, which had them dancing in front of the DJ booth for the majority of it.
According to reports, the club was packed on Friday night since over 300 people were invited to the celebration in honor of Drake.
Drake seemed to be throwing a little party in his living room. The eyewitness continued, “He was going around the room, holding court like it was his home. The atmosphere in the room was lighthearted and carefree, and he felt completely at ease.
The rapper reportedly shut down the popular restaurant and bar Prime 112 on Saturday after taking the festivities there. According to our sources, he had the whole space set out for eating and drinking with his buddies.
“At the restaurant, everyone was attempting to catch a sight of Drake. He and his buddies are always so courteous when they are there, so the staff at the pub was thrilled to see him return, an insider informed us.
Drake made a little fan’s day by posing for a picture and signing his shirt, even though the restaurant was full with patrons waiting to be served. The fact that Drake took care of their child made the family very happy.
Before he departed, our source claims that Drake signed the guest book at the institution, writing, “June 18.” Sincerely, NVM. You must look at the area rather than the square.