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How celebrities Puff Daddy, Nas, Kevin Hart and Kesha partied in Las Vegas

Puff Daddy, Nas, Wale and Rae Sremmurd all put on short shows

The Memorial Day weekend parties wrapped up in Las Vegas with hip-hop artist Fabolous on stage at Tao Beach Club at the Venetian on Sunday. The singer performed a 20-minute set of his classics and new hits. During his set, comedian Kevin Hart jumped up on a speaker next to the stage and started dancing. Hart called actress Taraji P. Henson up to join him. She danced and got on the mic to thank the crowd for the success of her show “Empire.”

Later on Sunday Hart threw his after-concert party at Tao Nightclub at the Venetian. The comedian was joined by fiancé Eniko Parrish and a group of friends. Henson again joined him in the deejay booth and entertained party goers as the two joked around with each other.

Rapper Nas surprised guests at Marquee Nightclub at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas a medley of his hits and gave a shout out to 12AM Run, the local sneaker store he co-owns at The Linq.

Over at the Hard Rock Hotel, singer Kesha sported new green hair during her performance at the Rehab pool party on Friday. She sang songs such as “We R Who We R,” followed by “Your Love Is My Drug,” as she was showered with glitter. Dancers dressed as a rabbit, tiger and chicken joined her on stage as Rehab’s servers threw inflatable guitars and radios into the crowd. Fans went wild as she wrapped up her performance with hits like “Tik Tok,” “Timber” and “Die Young.”

DJ Pauly D kept his career alive with a deejay set at Body English Nightclub at the Hard Rock Hotel on Saturday night. “Scream if you love Las Vegas,” he yelled to fans.

Puff Daddy and rap duo Rae Sremmurd performed at Foxtail Pool Club at SLS Las Vegas on Sunday. Rae Sremmurd kicked off the party with performances of “No Flex Zone” and “Throw Sum Mo,” then hyped up the crowd with M.E.’s “Dance Like a Stripper.”

The dayclub went wild as Puff Daddy joined the duo on stage during their smash hit single “No Type.” Then D.C. rapper Wale gave a surprise performance of “Clappers” as Puff Daddy and his son Justin Combs danced on stage. Puff Daddy returned to the stage to perform a medley of hits including “Crush On You” and “It’s All About the Benjamins.”

Defending middleweight UFC champion Chris Weidman celebrated his win over Vitor Belfort on Saturday night at Ghostbar at the Palms. Weidman arrived with a crew of 20 people that included his wife, close friends and family and his team.

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