The Patriots celebration tour continues.
Prior to Tuesday’s Patriots Super Bowl victory parade, a number of players stopped by the Grand on Monday night to celebrate with rapper Rick Ross.
Dwayne Allen, Trent Brown, Trey Flowers, and Shaq Mason stopped by the Seaport club to mingle with Ross in the VIP section. The club had a heavy Patriots vibe as bottle girls dressed in Patriots bodysuits carried Patriots flags and a giant cutout of Bill Belichick’s face to the players’ VIP table as “Super Bowl Champions” flashed on the club’s 70-foot LED screen.
Ross spent about 45 minutes on the mic, with the crowd lighting up when he shouted out Bill Belichick and the Krafts before launching into DJ Khaled’s “All I Do is Win,” which features Ross. Other songs included “B.M.F.,” “Hustlin’,” “I’m Not a Star,” and Meek Mill’s “I’m a Boss” (which Ross is also featured on).
“Third year in a row. Six rings!” Ross said in an Instagram video from backstage after the show, presumably including the team’s 2018 Super Bowl loss to the Eagles in his tally. “Congratulations to the Super Bowl champs, New England Patriots.”
If this all feels a bit like deja vu, you’re right. Prior to the 2018 Red Sox World Series parade in October, some Sox players stopped by The Grand to see Ross at the club’s one-year anniversary party, including Matt Barnes, J.D. Martinez, Rick Porcello, Bobby Poyner, David Price, Chris Sale, and Blake Swihart.