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Zero Bond continues to be the hot spot for New York celebs now that the lockdown is over.
On Saturday, Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant hosted a starry “Casino”-themed birthday bash for his manager and business partner Rich Kleiman at the swanky NoHo private club.
Durant’s teammate James Harden, Gayle King, Arianna Huffington, David Blitzer, Saquon Barkley, CC Sabathia, newlyweds Mark Ronson and Grace Gummer and Meek Mill were a few of the famous faces who came out to fête Kleiman on his 45th birthday.
The party kicked off at around 9 p.m. with Durant and Meek Mill serving as the masters of ceremonies. We’re told they were “walking around the party hyping everyone on the dance floor.”
“They were chilling out at the DJ booth and taking the mic from time to time to keep the party going,” an insider told Page Six.
At one point, Philadelphia hip-hop star and Jay-Z protégé Meek “did … a little DJ takeover,” according to the partygoer.
“There was a variety of songs being played, but no specific genre. There was a good deal of his music that was played,” the source said.
Guests sang the “Happy Birthday” song as the private club brought out a huge cake with the face of Ace Rothstein, Robert De Niro’s character from “Casino,” on it.
“Rich was… happy with all the birthday love,” the source said.
On Monday, Kleiman posted a photo slide with King and Meek Mill on Instagram.
“Aces were high on Saturday night,” he wrote.
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