HOLLYWOOD — MGM’s “Soul Plane” bash took flight Monday evening and didn’t land until early Tuesday morn. Guests left the Hammer (that’s Armand, not MC) Museum only because the bar closed and the lights went on.
“I just hope the movie has the same legs as the party,” said writer-producer Bo Zenga.
The Hammer was decked out in a style suitable for an MTV2 “Sucka Free Sunday” shoot: pole dancers, 40 ounce bottles of Colt .45 Malt Liquor handed out at the door; a Jacuzzi; Roscoe’s House of Chicken & Waffles buffets; a revolving bar on a platform. Star Snoop Dogg held court on the smoke-filled upper level.