Floyd Mayweather Jr. is back from his global smack-talk tour with (likely) future fight loser Conor McGregor. The unretired champ was at Caesars Palace’s Omnia Nightclub last Tuesday, arriving with an entourage of nearly 20 friends for the club’s Wild at Heart industry party featuring tunes by DJ Shift. We’re told he hung around until after 4 a.m., which might hurt any other 40-year-old, but probably doesn’t sting Floyd a bit.
A few nights later, Mayweather Jr. was back out on the town, taking in Friday’s I Love the 90s: The Party Continues concert featuring TLC, Rob Base, Coolio and Biz Markie at the Downtown Las Vegas Events Center.
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In between all this partying, we presume, Floyd is at the gym, trying to work out all the ways he’ll dodge McGregor’s punches until the judges award him another unanimous decision.
Los Angeles Clippers all-star DeAndre Jordan celebrated his 29th birthday at Encore Beach Club, taking in Diplo’s set with a crew of 40 that included fellow ballers Kevin Durant and Marcus Camby. The party took up three cabanas at the pool and featured a menu of Don Julio 1942, Ciroc and Ciroc Peach, Jameson, Moët & Chandon Nectar Imperial, and Stella Artois.
Day drinking. It really is a wonderful pastime.
Former The Voice judge CeeLo Green enjoyed a night at Caesars Palace on Saturday, playing to fans at Cleopatra’s Barge and celebrating post-show at Vista Cocktail Lounge. We’re told CeeLo and 16 guests, including fiancé Shani James, formed a “human dance train” around the venue, before settling down at a VIP table.
And, reality television show guest participant Scott Disick returned to Las Vegas this weekend, because, we presume, it’s the only place that treats him like an actual television star. After spending the day lounging in the VIP section at Aria Resort & Casino’s Liquid Pool Lounge, Disick and friends hit up The Mirage for dinner in the private dining room at Stack. Then it was off to 1 OAK Nightclub, where he was greeted by a parade of cocktail waitresses holding up signs that spelled out his name, as well as a VIP table behind headliner DJ Que.
You have to wonder what kind of world we’d be living in if Robert Kardashian had never met O.J. Simpson. It probably would be a nice place.