New York – On Wednesday night in NYC’s Flatiron district, the upscale sports lounge – Bounce Sporting Club celebrated it’s one-year anniversary with an epic party full of over-the-top surprises. VIP guests including BET’s 106 & Park star Rosci Diaz and Rapper Jim Jones enjoyed the open bar and all-night celebration with music by DJ and Rapper Biz Markie. Partying next to the DJ booth were queen rappers and old friends Lil Kim and Pepa from Salt-n-Pepa, both sipping on Rosé and having a blast before Lil Kim surprised guests with an impromptu rap. Lil Kim grabbed the microphone and broke out her classics – Get Money, How Many Licks and Lighters Up – while partygoers went crazy and cheers-ed to the 1-year mark of the iconic sports-meets-nightlife destination.
Guests in attendance included: Rapper Lil Kim; Salt-n-Pepa Pepa; DJ & Rapper Biz Markie; BET 106 & Park’s Rosci Diaz; Rapper Jim Jones; NY Knicks Iman Shumpert; New York Knicks player James White; Denver Nuggets Ty Lawson; NY Ranger Mike Del Zotto; NY Ranger Carl Hagelin; Knoxville Ice Bears Brett Valliquette; America’s Next Top Model contestant Nik Pace; Def Jam’s Mike Keyser; Owner of SKAM Artist DJs Sujit Kundu; former New York Yankee’s pitcher Tanyon Sturze; New York Yankee’s pitcher Justin “Joba” Chamberlin; Rapper Roxanne Shante; Rapper & DJ D-Nice.
NY Knicks player James White and friends spotted eating Sirloin Sliders, Charred Fish Tacos and Skirt Steak Tacos, taking shots of Hennessy and dancing the night away to Biz Markie’s dj set and Lil Kim’s surprise performance.
Biz Markie enjoying Absolut vodka cocktails and mingling with BET’s 106 & Park star Rosci Diaz sipping on white wine, in the VIP section before taking over the DJ booth for a few songs together.
Within minutes of Lil Kim’s arrival, fellow rappers Pepa and Jim Jones headed to her VIP table near the DJ booth, popped bottles of champagne and stole the show when Lil Kim did an impromptu performance to her classics – Lighters Up, Get Money and How Many Licks.
NY Rangers Mike Del Zotto and Carl Hagelin and NY Knicks James White and Iman Shumpert, cheered on Lil Kim and put their muscles to work in order to shove through the crowd for a front row view of her impromptu rap.