After Partying in New Orleans, Big Boi Flys Home to Celebrate 38th Birthday in Atlanta

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    After showing love to Lil Wayne in his hometown of New Orleans during pre-Super Bowl festivities, ATLien Antwan Big “Boi” Patton felt that the only place he could celebrate his 38th birthday was in the heart of the A at Reign Nightclub. The party was once again produced by 25AndOlder.

    After being seen out partying until the very earlier hours of Friday morning in the NOLA, including posing for an infamous picture with Weezy that looked like he had cut his renowned dreds, Big Boi hopped on a plane bound for Atlanta and made it home that night.

    Big Boi didn’t make it into Reign until well after 1 a.m. – around 1:40, but who’s counting – but once he got there, the party hit a new level.

    Future, who has become something of a regular at Reign along with the whole FreeBandz team, was at the DJ booth early and he made a point to play his catalog of hits for partygoers. Had he not made an appearance at the top of the stage, the Kirkwood representer probably wouldn’t have even been spotted. Future had his hoodie turned up and sunglasses on all night.

    While she did have her shades on, Future’s rumored significant other Ciara was out making the most of her night. Packed into a VIP booth at stage right, the 27-year-old R&B songstress had no plans to keep a low profile. She was up dancing, singing and making her presence inside Reign very known.

    But Daddy Fat Sax a.k.a. Sir Luscious Left Foot was unquestionably the star of the show. Though he didn’t make much of a spectacle, the man’s presence, along with the throng of cameras and well-wishers who followed him, made quite a statement.

    The legendary MC was draped in a full-length mink coat the entire night as he hung with his wife Sherlita Patton and other members of the Dungeon Family on the VIP stage.

    As usual, the party stayed crackin until 3 a.m. when the staff let everyone know that they didn’t have to go home but they certainly had to get the hell up out of there.

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