It’s the witching hour!
Drake kicked off Halloween by partying very early Monday morning at E11EVEN Miami.
We hear the hitmaker, 36, pulled up to the ultra-club at around 3:15am Monday morning with a large group in a fleet of Escalades and Maybachs.
“It was a group of around 25 people or so,” says a spy, who tells us they all “headed to a massive VIP section,” to watch Dominican rapper Tokischa — who just locked lips with Madonna in a music video for a remix of 2005’s’ “Hung Up” — perform.
Puerto Rican singer Rauw Alejandro, Rosalia, Lil Pump and NBA champ Klay Thompson were also there, says a source.
“After, Tokischa finished she headed over to Drake’s section to hang with him,” says the spy. “They were drinking bottles of Don Julio 1942 and E11EVEN Vodka.”
We’re told the group partied till around 6:00am.
Drake must have endless energy. On Saturday night he took the stage with Lil Wayne at the Lil WeezyAna Fest in New Orleans where he performed songs like “In My Feelings” and “God’s Plan.”
Also at E11even this weekend was Travis Scott.
“When Travis arrived, he joined DJ Chase B in the DJ booth … The place went nuts as Travis stood on top of the booth to perform,” one insider tells Page Six, adding that he was also joined by fellow rapper Future.
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