Paul McCartney denied entry to Tygas Grammy after party
16 February 2016 Entertainment News
Fourth Estate Staff
Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Sir Paul McCartney was denied entry twice to a Grammys 2016 after-party at The Argyle club on Monday where rapper Tyga was performing.
According to reports, the 73-year-old music legend was with Beck and Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins. They were all trying to gain entry at the aforementioned club but the bouncer denies them entry. There were two bouncers at the club and during the first attempt to get in, the talk with the first bouncer was brief. As for the second attempt to get in, the talk with the second bouncer was much lengthier but ended up with them not being able to enter the club.
McCartney is heard saying: "How VIP do we gotta get? We need another hit, guys. We need another hit. Work on it!" He and the other musicians then leave the club in McCartney’s car. Beck is also heard saying that next year might be the year that they would get into the club for the after party.
Accordingly, McCartney and his companions headed to the Republic Records Grammy party after the failed attempt to enter the club where Tyga was performing.
Tyga , on the other hand, tweeted the following about the incident: "Why would I deny @PaulMcCartney stop it. He's a legend." The 26-year-old rapper continued to explain saying that he does not control the door and he did not have any knowledge that McCartney was there. He pointed out that he just performed at the party and left.
It is still, however, unclear why McCartney was denied entry by the bouncers. Other musicians were freaking out over the fact that he was not let in and others even joked that it might have something to do with McCartney and his company being too old for the club.
McCartney is yet to comment on the issue.