Rapper Drake was dressed to the nines for his 34th birthday celebrations, surrounded by pals as they toasted him at a private Los Angeles club.
The Life Is Good musician - real name Aubrey Drake Graham - went suitably large for the bash, social media flooded with sneak peaks at the night so fans could see what it's like to party with a mega-star.
Rocking a flashy diamond chain about his neck, and dressing up in a dapper blazer - T-shirt combo, Drake was all smiles on his big day.
And fans are even thought to have got a look at the food, after a menu, said to be from the event, circulated online.
The menu was titled "Happy Birthday Drake" and offered guests a selection from calamari and sushi to chicken bolognese.
But one thing fans quickly picked up on was the Italian-American classic Mac & Cheese - albeit with a bizarre twist.
The pasta dish featured the unusual additions of sun-dried tomatoes, capers, parsley and...raisins.
"The menu at Drake's birthday dinner looks disgusting," one disgruntled tweeter blasted.
"At first sight, I was going to f*** with some of the dishes," another joked, "HOWTHEF***EVER---raisins and capers in mac 'n cheese?"
A third composed themselves and begged: "I was finally able to lift my jaw off the floor, so excuse my tardiness, but can we talk about the menu at Drake’s birthday dinner?"
Drake's 34th comes just weeks after son Adonis turned three.
The proud dad shares his little lad with French model and artist Sophie Brussaux.
And showing off Adonis to his 72.4 million Instagram followers, Drake beamed at his son as the toddler gazed in wonder at the balloons he was surrounded by.
Adonis is growing up fast, Drake sharing a rare snap of him last month as he embarked on his first day of school.
"First Day Of School...The World Is Yours kid," Drake captioned the snap.
The rapper recently confirmed his much-anticipated next album, Certified Lover Boy, is set for a January 2021 release.
It's his first since 2018, having stormed the charts ten years back with Thank Me Later, followed by Take Care and Nothing Was The Same.