He values neighbors and fatherhood.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams stepped in. “Supportive Dad Mode” at his son Jordan Coleman’s album launch party at the Sei Less hotspot in Manhattan on Friday night.
Sources specifically told Page Six that Coleman, 27, closed all Asian fusion restaurants. which was favored by stars like Kevin Hart and Mark Wahlberg for the event.
We were told that Adams arrived at the party after midnight. But be sure to talk to all the partygoers. and eat edamame dumplings Scallion and Vegetable Pancakes
However, the mayor’s main priority was to be there for his only child. which he shared with ex-girlfriend Chrissena Coleman.
One eyewitness told Page Six that Adams and Coleman “exchanged a few words” and
“Sharing a Warm Embrace” part of the night
“Mayor Adams has been incredibly proud of his son,” the source added.
in january A former police officer told the Post: He felt that his son’s music represented “voice of ambition” among America’s youth
“When he was young My job as a father is to give advice. educate him and prepare him for the future,” Adams had previously said.
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“Now he’s a man. And being that man means never speaking in my voice. but find his own voice Jordan is applying the lessons he’s learned and making the best decisions for himself. I am very proud of the people he grew up with.”
Coleman, who previously worked as creative coordinator at Roc Nation’s film division, told The Post of his big dream: “I want to be a rapper. I want to be an international filmmaker. i want to be an artist I’m trying to come up with creative and intelligent ways to combine them.”
At the entertainer’s “Jordan” rap album launch party Guests included rapper Melle Mel, Eric B. and Grandmaster Caz, retired NBA star Kenny Anderson and TV host Justina Valentine sipped D’USSE cognac and Purple Heart vodka.
We were told that partygoers were treated to a capella performance by Coleman and that the crowd “didn’t want to leave.”
The event ended around 3:30 a.m. on Saturday morning.
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