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Meek Mill's Post-Grammy Party Shut Down By Police
Posted by Joseph Lee on 01.27.2014

TMZ reports that Meek Mill's post-Grammy party got so wild that it was eventually shut down by police. Mill rented a mansion in the Hollywood Hills on Mulholland Drive and featured guests like Diddy, Lil Wayne, Drake, Nicki Minaj, Birdman, Nelly, Jermaine Dupri and Bow Wow.

The party was still going on as late into the night/early into the morning as 5 AM, when the California Highway Patrol arrived to stop it. Most of the guests were shuttled to the mansion but others were parked illegally on Mulholland. Police showed up and began towing cars, leaving hundreds of guests without a way to get home.

It was still a wild party, including thousands of Ace of Sapdes champagne and even a camel and a lion that guests could pose with for photos. You can find photos of the party here.


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