Flo Rida reportedly performed at a private party last weekend — and his gig was so wild that the police stopped by to check it out.
The 41-year-old is said to have put on a 48-minute set at Zach Erdem’s Buddha Lounge at the Blu Mar restaurant in Southampton, N.Y., with a guest list of only 22 people.
"Everyone was dancing all over the tables. There was a huge line outside trying to get in after hearing the music," one source explained, adding the "Low" singer hit the stage with five dancers.
The venue reportedly got a new stage, sound system and lighting system just in time for the party. However, after Flo Rida ended his set around 10 p.m., the cops showed up and issued a ticket after receiving a noise complaint.
This comes weeks after Flo Rida surprised fans on the other side of the pond when he made a cameo during the second semifinals of the Eurovision Song Contest in support of Senhit, who was representing San Marino.
Flo Rida — who was born Tramar Lacel Dillard — sang a verse on the track but admitted earlier this year that he had no prior knowledge of the Eurovision Song Contest before he was approached. However, due to the pandemic and scheduling, Flo Rida missed rehearsals.
"What’s up Netherlands, it’s your man Flo Rida!" Flo Rida said in a statement, per Eurovision. "I’m so excited to see you guys at the Eurovision Song Contest. I’ll be hitting the stage with the superstar talented Senhit to perform our new record 'Adrenalina.'"
"It’s such a good feeling to be back in Europe after so long," he added. "I’m very grateful to be able to perform once again, and on the biggest stage in the world."
"Actually when I invited him to join me on the Eurovision stage back in March, the decision was made there with joy. It was not easy to predict the traveling restrictions, but there we go... I'm very happy to have him with me to perform 'ADRENALINA' not only to Europe but to the whole world! We are ready!" Senhit said.
Page Six was the first to report about Flo Rida performing over the weekend.