Last night, Drake and Future hosted a massive birthday bash for the Pluto rapper at one of Atlanta’s most famous strip clubs, Magic City. While the two rappers, alongside several other celebrities, celebrated the birthday of Future, things ended a bit later after police arrived on the scene.
Rappers Future and Drake held an invite-only party at the famed Magic City Strip Club for Future’s birthday party but it is learnt things got out of control.
Future’s birthday party, hosted by Drake, got cut short after the police arrived the Magic City due to alleged gunshots being let off. The police responded to a call around 3 a.m. that claimed there were fighting and gunshots that erupted at the invite-only party at the strip club. By the time the police arrived on the scene, they couldn’t find any evidence to support the claim that a gun was fired. However, the police presence alone was enough to kill the vibe of the party and people began to clear out.
There was a report of gunfire at the scene prompting police to stop by the party which had rappers Lil Yachty, Jacquees, Pastor Troy, Casino, MJAE The Great & 550 and Atlanta Falcons stud Julio Jones in attendance.
It is further learnt that In My Feelings rapper, Drake held nothing back in making sure that it was a lit party as he there was tons of booze, booty-shaking and bands of cash. Not only that but Drake also reportedly backed up an armoured truck to deliver six figures to make it rain on the exotic dancers.
Prior to the police arriving to the scene, Drake and Future essentially shut the club down and turned it into “Future City” for the evening. Lil Yachty, Jacquees, Pastor Troy, Casino, MJay The Great & 550, as well as Atlanta Falcons’ Julio Jones arrived to celebrate Future’s 35th birthday. As you could expect with both Drake and Future inside of a strip club, there was a lot of liquor, cash and booty floating around. Drake reportedly backed up an armored truck to delivery six figured worth of cash to throw in the club. Additionally, he brought it 30 bottles of Henny, another 30 bottles of Don Julio and dropped $10K for Indaglow Productions to turn the “Magic City” sign into “Future City.”
What could, however, have been the party of the year turned awry around 3 AM when Atlanta Police Department responded to reports of fighting and gunfire. Although officers found no evidence to support the gunshot claim, the vibe was definitely killed and people started clearing out.
It would be recalled that Drake recently held his own birthday bash as well.