Haute Event: Sean Kingston Celebrates His 23rd Birthday with Souja Boy at Chateau

Sean Kingston and Soulja Boy at Chateau. Photos: David Becker/WireImage

Chateau Nightclub & Gardens inside Paris Las Vegas welcomed singer, songwriter and rapper Sean Kingston as he celebrated his 23rd birthday with a special live performance on Friday night. Arriving just after 1 a.m. the young artist took his place at his VIP booth located on the main stage and was joined by his entourage including special guest Soulja Boy.

Around 1:30 a.m. Kingston became center of attention as a dozen of beautiful cocktail servers paraded around the venue and presented the birthday boy with his cake. The three-tier cake resembling the cover of Kingston’s latest single  “Rum and Raybans”  was  adorned with reds, yellows and purples with hand-painted skulllike designs and embellished with green ray bans. As confetti flew through the air the singer took a moment to admire his cake and flaunted a thumbs up of approval.

Around 2 a.m. Kingston appeared at the front of his table and began his birthday performance. Singing his hits “Take You There,” “Fire Burning” and “Letting Go” the Jamaican-American sensation had his fans dancing and singing along. Nearing the end of his performance, Kingston handed the mic to his friend Soulja Boy and asked him to perform his favorite song. The nightclub soared as the energetic rapper began his hit “Turn My Swag On” and Kingston sang along. At the end of the special performance Soulja Boy addressed the fans and said “Everyone make some noise, Happy birthday Sean!” the crowd shouted with excitement and the birthday celebration was in full affect.

Just after the performance, Kingston headed back to his seat at his table and spent the rest of the evening sipping champagne, meeting fans as they passed by and dancing.

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