Cops Called to French Montana’s Birthday Bash After Women Fight Breaks Out

A source reveals that one of the women who gets into the fight is kicked out of the party, leading her to call the police.

French Montana just turned 33 years old and decided to celebrate it by holding a birthday party at a Beverly Hills mansion on Thursday night, November 9, inviting A-list celebrities. Unfortunately for him, the party, which was supposed to be a happy occasion, got a bit rowdy when a fight broke out between two girls.

According to TMZ, the “Unforgettable” rapper held an after party at his Calabasas home, and that was when it happened. Two women got into a brawl at 07:00 A.M., leading to one of them get kicked out of the party. It seemed she wasn’t happy about being the only who got kicked out as she called the police.

Police then showed up along with paramedics and firefighters. Neither women needed a medical attention or treatment following an evaluation and no arrest was made. Both women were forced to leave French’s home in the end, though. French, who made his debut in 2007, was reportedly not involved in the fight and had no interaction with law enforcement officials.

The fight aside, French’s 33th birthday bash was extravagant and enormous. The party was sponsored by his best friend P. Diddy’s CIROC French Vanilla, TMZ reports. Popular celebrities like DJ Khaled, The Weeknd, Lil Uzi Vert and O.T. Genasis were among the guests. A party wouldn’t be complete without performances to entertain the guests. Marshmello hit the stage at the party, performing several of his songs. There was also a performance by three fire dancers.

After the celebration, French took to Instagram to share the footage of it. He posted several pictures, including a picture with The Weeknd, actress Rima Fakih and her husband Tony Sal. French was seen sporting a fur green jacket in the picture. He captioned it, “We make everyday like our last day.”

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