Vice Has Visitors

Dodgers’ center fielder and gentleman suitor of Rihanna, Matt Kemp, is still excited when he hears his girlfriend’s songs at the club. It’s like straight out of a Victorian romance.

While at Tao on Nov. 21, DJ Vice spun the two latest Ri tracks, prompting Kemp to jump into the booth. It’s the same old thing Jane Austen used to write about: Sense and Sensibility and Hot 100 Club Bumpers.

That wasn’t Vice’s only visitor that night, though. About 3 a.m., Nelly came into the club. He gave into pressure to come to the booth when Vice shouted him out, then delivered a performance that included new single “Just a Dream.”

Vice jumped up to spray some champagne on the crowd, while Nelly held on to his bottle to drink. Apparently his dream was about reasonable and frugal things to do with one’s alcohol.

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