Paul McCartney Refused Entry At Tyga’s Grammys Bash; Rapper Claims He Had Nothing To Do With It
Paul McCartney was not permitted entrance into Tyga‘s post-Grammys party Monday, which the rapper says wasn’t his fault.
Paul McCartney Refused At Tyga Party
On Sunday night following the Grammy Awards, McCartney was at the door of Tyga’s Grammys after-party at the Argyle nightclub in L.A. When a security guard came out to greet McCartney, Beck and Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins, the trio of acclaimed musicians appeared to be turned away.
“How VIP do we gotta get? We need another hit, guys,” McCartney joked to his pals in a video obtained by TMZ. “We need another hit. Work on it.”
After the story hit the Internet, Tyga took to Twitter to explain that he had nothing to do with denying The Beatles singer entry into the party.
Why would I deny @PaulMcCartney stop it. He’s a legend ??
— T-Raww (@Tyga) February 16, 2016
I don’t control the door. I had no knowledge SIR PAUL was there. I just performed and left. — T-Raww (@Tyga) February 16, 2016
It was later revealed that McCartney didn’t actually want to get into Tyga’s party, and that he actually thought that he was at the door of Mark Ronson‘s Republic Records after-party. Upon realizing the mixup, McCartney and company headed to Hyde Lounge, where he hit the dance floor.
“Paul McCartney literally danced the night away with his wife, Nancy. So adorable,” a source told Entertainment Tonight. “And he was surrounded by Beck, Woody Harrelson and Taylor Hawkins. The song that got him up dancing was ‘FourFiveSeconds.'”