It looks like the New York City Police Department tried to interrupt a Moose Knuckles set party that featured performances from Lil' Kim and Pop Smoke on Wednesday night, according to Page Six.
The Page Six report hints that the cops "crashed" the SoHo boutique and stopped many attendees from entering the shop.
One of the partygoers told the publication, "It was a room of like 40 people.. Lil' Kim didn't perform in front of a packed house because no one could get in - even [model] Jourdan Dunn and [actor] Luke Sabbat were waiting [outside]." Even a few celebrities and influencers were paid to attend the event, but were not let in by any means.
Not even Pop Smoke was able to get through the door and into the venue, he was blocked off by the NYPD.
This isn't the first time Pop Smoke has had difficulty being allowed at different venues. Back in October, the NYPD allegedly asked Rolling Loud organizer to remove Smoke and several other artists from their lineup due to "public safety concerns."
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