Drake rolled through Floyd Mayweather’s birthday bash on Sunday (Feb. 25) in Los Angeles.
The boxing champ celebrated his 41st birthday with friends at World on Wheels roller rink. Decked out in custom Nike roller skates, Floyd got his skate on with family, as did Drizzy, who skated solo as his 2015 song “Right Hand” played over the house speakers.
French Montana was also on hand for the celebration. At one point, he greeted Drake near the arcade area, where the 6 God showed off why he’s “Steph Curry with the shot” in a mini-basketball shootout.
This was a continuation of Mayweather’s weekend-long b-day celebrations. The previous night, he held a star-studded bash at The Reserve in downtown Los Angeles, where he was joined by Mariah Carey, Jamie Foxx, Wiz Khalifa, Bobby Brown, John Singleton, Stephen Belafonte, and Drizzy’s father, Dennis Graham.
Drake and Mayweather are longtime friends. Drizzy even acted as the iconic boxer in the video for “Energy.” In 2014, he also joked about the Mayweather-Manny Paquiao bout while hosting the ESPYS.
The 6 God is riding high off the success of “God’s Plan,” which has remained atop the Billboard Hot 100 for four weeks.