Rihanna celebrated her performances on the Nov. 10 episode of ‘Saturday Night Live’ by meeting up with Chris afterwards in New York City!
Rihanna put on two show-stopping performances on the Nov. 10 episode of Saturday Night Live. After what looked to be a sexy ode to Chris Brown, Rihanna met up with Breezy for quite an after-party at Kiss and Fly nightclub in NYC.
‘Saturday Night Live’ After Party
According to eyewitnesses, “Kevin Hart, Carmelo Anthony and Chris Brown walked in together with Rihanna into Kiss and Fly.”
Kevin confirmed his whereabouts on twitter saying, “#NYC come join me for my OFFICIAL AFTER PARTY at Kiss & Fly.. The shows at MSG were AMAZING now it’s time for me to show y’all#TheCrownLife.”
Sources confirm to HollywoodLife.com that Chris IS in New York City and he DID meet up with Rihanna for an emotional reunion!
Quickie In New York City?
A source close to Chris tells HollywoodLife.com that “[Chris] did make a pit stop in NYC on Nov. 10 because they could not fly from LA to their final destination.”
Kiss and Fly’s website states:
“The nightclub combines extraordinary decor with an unbeatable sound system and world renowned DJs. The decor mixes Roman accents with modern lighting and decor to create a beautiful elegant atmosphere. Each night at Kiss & Fly starts of as a Lounge with soft jazz music and slowly transitioning into a nightclub complete with 250 strobe lights and high energy Euro house music.”
Furthermore, Rihanna was celebrating the birthday of her hairstylist Ursula Stephen at Boudoir nightclub on Thursday, Nov. 8. The pop star brought 10 friends to the party, where they were spotted dancing all night in a VIP section, according to Page Six. It appears as though Rihanna is definitely enjoying her time in New York City!
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