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    Official BET Awards After-Party at Belasco Night Club

     
    Last Sunday, downtown Los Angeles was buzzing with excitement for the annual BET Awards Ceremony 2013, broadcasted from the Nokia Theater at L.A. Live. After an exciting ceremony, some of the entertainment industry’s hottest celebs emerged from the post-ceremony traffic to arrive at the Official BET Awards After-Party at Belasco Night Club, sponsored by Zing Vodka, hosted by none other than the controversial hip hop artist, Chris Brown. The party also featured performances by Problem, The Traptonics, and Tae Snap, and others. CPC News Today CEO/Owner, Carlos Zeron along with beautiful Model/Writer Lynn Russell were there to cover this amazing after-party.
    Among the celebrated party guests were DJ Nick Cannon and Jeremih. The press came to life when Cannon made his red carpet appearance, sporting a buttoned-up black-and-white plaid polo shirt and matching baseball cap. Zing Vodka featured two bikini-clad hotties painted bright red from head-to-toe, while rocking devilish black eye-makeup as they held up bottles of Zing Vodka across their chest- providing an exciting photo-op for red carpet guests.
    The event drew a crowd of photographers, models, performers, and industry executives alike. The press waited in palpable anticipation for the event host, Brown, who did not make a conspicuous entrance, as the press had anticipated- opting instead to sneak inside to the nightclub, below the radar of the flashing cameras of the red carpet on the patio outside. From inside the club, one could hear the excited whispers of Brown’s fans. Other guests of the evening, accompanied by beautiful model Annine Unger was hip hop recording artist, Ditch (LethalTenderMusic.com) who is best known by his fans for his songs “Smack Dat Ass” with Shock G and “All Comes Down to Money”, featuring Chali 2Na from Jurassic 5. Ditch also continues to keep releasing new music on his own via a mixtape series. He released 2 mixtapes in 2009 "Never Gonna Stop" and "Clout". Ditch currently owns his own record label called Lethal Tender Music (LLC).
    Nestled amongst the press behind the chaos of flashing cameras behind the red carpet was model Gina Falcone (Dressage) with Anthony Young of EVIP Models and Artistwatcher. Falcone enjoyed the after party as her “calm before the storm” as she gears up to travel to New York, Miami, and Germany for upcoming Fashion Week auditions. Also in attendance was performance artist, Tess (TheNameIsTess.com) who demonstrated a dynamic performance in her original style, “Hip Rock N’ B”, to a captivated audience in the VIP room upstairs. Special guests were provided with Tiffany Chanel gift bags, including items such as baseball caps, tambourines, Rockstar Energy drinks, and additional promotional materials.
    Inside the club, the crowd went wild for the bumping beats of DJ Nick Cannon. Upwards of 100 people, presumably Cannon’s posse, joined Cannon on the stage to shake what their mommas gave them from the best seats in the house. From the dancing masses, one could see hundreds of arms swaying melodically to the beats with a vibration of collective excitement that was shared by all.
    Article written and edited by: Lynn Russell and Carlos Zeron
    www.CPCnewsToday.com
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