NYC Mayor Eric Adams parties with French Montana
New York, New York - Mayor Eric Adams was seen partying it up with rapper French Montana on Father's Day.
Hours after Adams addressed a crowd in Central Park on Sunday to celebrate Juneteenth, he was spotted in the evening at Sei Less, an Asian fusion restaurant in Midtown Manhattan.
French Montana, who emigrated to the Bronx from Morocco when he was just 13, was hosting a listening party for his upcoming record, and was definitely hyped when the mayor of NYC showed up.
"It ain't a album release party till the mayor gets here," the star said in a video, where the duo is seen laughing it up.
"You know this is going to be a hot album," Adams said. "French knows how to do it!"
Another video shared to Twitter shows the spot was definitely poppin' with tons of food, drinks, and people vibing to the music.
Montana's latest video for his album's first single Blue Chills was filmed in locations around NYC and features beautiful shots of the city's skyline.
French Montana will drop his new album Montega on June 24.
Cover photo: Collage: Frazer Harrison / GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / Getty Images via AFP, Morgan LIEBERMAN/AFP, & Screenshot/Twitter/FrencHMonTanA