The Weeknd Grammys Party Shut Down By Police
The Weeknd’s Grammys after-party on Monday was shut down by the police due to noise complaints, Gossip Cop confirms with the Los Angeles Police Department.
GQ hosted a bash in the performer’s honor, both to celebrate his Grammy Awards success and his birthday, which is on Tuesday. The shindig took place at a private residence in Beverly Hills, where stars ranging from Zendaya to Louis Tomlinson partied into the night. Among other attendees at the luxurious mansion were Juicy J, DJ Khaled, Diplo Skrillex, and KeKe Palmer. Taylor Swift and Justin Bieber even stopped by, too, and there was reportedly 1,000 people there total.
But the noise apparently became too much for some neighbors to bear. The LAPD tells Gossip Cop that cops were called to the scene around 1:30 a.m. local time, and despite pleas from The Weeknd to allow the bash to continue, the decision was made that it had to be shut down. Unfortunately, we’re told it actually “took a great deal of time to get the people out [because of the] narrow streets” in the neighborhood.
On the plus side, there weren’t any further incidents and no arrests were made. Gossip Cop reached out to GQ for comment but did not immediately hear back. The Weeknd, who earlier in the night won two Grammys, was also seen hitting up other parties, including the Republic Records gathering, so we’d call his Monday an overall success.