Kylian Mbappe and other sport stars filmed at party with insane guest list
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Paris Saint Germain superstar Kylian Mbappe was seen partying with some of the world’s biggest names.
Mbappe is one of the biggest names in world football after initially impressing as a youngster at Monaco.
Since then, he has moved to France’s top club, PSG, and also attracted interest from some of the world’s biggest clubs including Real Madrid and Liverpool.
On Tuesday, he was seen at a ‘White Party’ hosted by American businessman Michael Rubin in celebration of 4th of July in the United States of America.
The party was hosted at Rubin’s Bridgehampton mansion worth a reported $50 million.
Rubin is the CEO of Fanatics, who are the world’s leading provider of licensed sports merchandise.
Amongst the guest list are the likes of Leonardo Di Caprio, Jennifer Lopez, Ben Affleck, Beyonce, Jay-Z, Kendall Jenner and Justin Bieber.
From the world of sports, NFL legend Tom Brady was spotted alongside Philadelphia 76ers’ James Harden, Dallas Cowboys’ Micah Parsons and Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow.
Rubin hired a team of medical staff this year after several incidents occurred in the last two events.
However, he joked on social media: “We didn’t need the medical tent this year, no major injuries lol.
“Might need a whole year for my liver to recover... incredible night with incredible people!”
A literal movie - white party 2023 recap pic.twitter.com/1D3vlpCNBq— Michael Rubin (@michaelrubin) July 4, 2023
After attending the party, Mbappe posted a picture of himself with legendary rapper Jay-Z.
In the comments, Spanish musician DJ Mariio wrote: “Corazon blanco? WELCOME TO MADRID.”
Mbappe’s future with PSG has been the talk of the town over the last few months.
In June, Mbappe was heavily linked with Spanish La Liga giants Madrid.
Madrid have already spent big this summer after completing the signing of England midfielder Jude Bellingham from Borussia Dortmund.
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