ATLANTA — One of the BET Hip Hop Awards afterparties was a birthday party. After the big show, [artist id="1243444"]Young Jeezy[/artist] hit ATL club Dreamz and welcomed guests Lil Boosie and Lil' Webbie to the VIP section.
DJ Don Cannon spun records from the stage as the three popped bottles of champagne in VIP. At around 3 a.m., the music inspired Jeezy to grab the mic and perform. First were his underground bangers "Trappin Ain't Dead" and "24, 23 (Kobe, LeBron)."
"Kobe, LeBron/ I used to pay Kobe, but now I pay LeBron," Jeezy rapped.
Cannon then put on Jeezy's CTE clique anthem "Biggest Movie Ever."
Out of nowhere, Fabolous appeared onstage and Cannon threw on Loso's Jeezy-featuring "Do the Damn Thang."
"What you wanna do," Young said. Fab — who had a drink in his hand instead of a mic — gave Jeezy the "I don't know" shoulder shrug, but the DJ soon handed him a mic. Fab and Jeezy went back and forth on that track as well as "Diamonds." Cannon turned the party into a concert, playing Fab's "Breathe" and "Throw it in the Bag" remix.
Fabolous had performed the original "Throw it in the Bag" during the BET Hip Hop Awards earlier in the night at the Atlanta Civic Center. Jeezy opened the show with Jay-Z, performing "As Real As It Gets."
The after-afterparty for Jeezy was at club Miami, where the MC continued to party well into the early morning.