Rapper Future's birthday celebrations in Beverly Hills, California were cut short by police on Sunday (20Nov16) due to noise complaints.
The Jumpman hitmaker invited a huge crowd of friends, including singers Chris Brown and Teyana Taylor and reality star Kylie Jenner, to party with him as he turned 33, and even hired exotic dancers to perform at the bash, according to video footage obtained by TMZ.com.
However, the event came to an abrupt end at around 1.30am local time after cops pulled up at the venue to investigate four separate complaints from neighbours, prompting security guards at the party to urge everyone to leave.
The officers stayed until everyone had left the bash to ensure party-goers departed without causing any trouble.
Future has yet to comment on the birthday shut-down.
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