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Kevin Hart makes it pop at LAVO in ‘Vegas
By Kenneth Miller Entertainment Editor
Published May 29, 2013

 

Last Saturday Kevin Hart hosted at LAVO Nightclub in celebration of Memorial Day Weekend. The popular comedian signed autographs and posed for photos on the red carpet then made his way into the nightclub with friends including fellow “Think Like A Man 2” cast members Gabrielle Union, Sanaa Lathan and E! News host Terrence J. 

At a VIP table in the center of the club, Kevin stood on top of his booth, overlooking the packed crowd and dancing to the sounds of DJ Gusto. Later in the evening, he jumped on the mic to wish party-goers a happy Memorial Day Weekend. Kevin led the party the rest of the night as he rapped along to songs and entertained party-goers.

Across the dance floor, rapper Nas was spotted at a group of VIP tables in the nightclub after dining at LAVO Italian Restaurant. R&B singer and friend Ashanti also joined the party where she was seen taking in the scene and dancing. Nick Sakai, owner of sneaker shop CRSVR, also joined Nas at LAVO to celebrate the new sneaker store that they are opening in Las Vegas. The two were seen touring the construction site over the weekend.

NFL player Chuck Sanders was also spotted partying at a VIP table at LAVO Nightclub.

 

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