Drake celebrated his 31st birthday in Los Angeles with a bar mitzvah-themed party on Monday (23.10.17).
Drake celebrated his birthday with a bar mitzvah-themed bash.
The 'Hotline Bling' hitmaker marked his 31st birthday with a celebration at Catch in Los Angeles on Monday (23.10.17) night, where he was seen arriving at the event ''through the private entrance with a few close friends and family, as well as his father, who was decked out in a shiny blue blazer''.
Rather than going for a traditional cake to blow candles from, he opted for sorbet before using shots to toast to his 31 years.
From there, the party moved onto nightclub Poppy, where he hosted a ''31 going on 13'' event featuring cups with ''Aubrey's re-bar mitzvah'' emblazoned on them as well as a basketball photobooth, an ice hockey dance floor and pizza boxes with ''Papi's pizzeria'' and pictures of his face on, the New York Post's Page Six column reports.
Guests at the party included the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio, Jamie Foxx, Tobey Maguire, G-Eazy, Lamar Odom, Odell Beckham Jr. and Kelly Rowland, who all enjoyed the 31 bottles of luxury Perrier-Jouët Belle Epopque Rose and Virginia Black he was given.
A source revealed to E! News that Dennis Graham, Drake's father, also performed some songs, which he dedicated to ''his successful son that he is so proud of''.
Dancers dressed as cheerleaders mooched around the party whilst there were sports-themed arcade games on offer for Drake's guests to enjoy. The room was also decorated around using baby photos of the rapper for all the guests to see.
When he wasn't busy mingling with the guests, Drake took the liberty of jumping into the DJ booth to pick the next track.
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