The Party Crasher – Scott Storch and Timbaland’s Almost-Brawl At B.E.D.

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The beginning of the week could have been a drama fest at the Monday night Motley Bird Secret Society Party at B.E.D. Miami. Rivaling record producers Scott Storch and Timbaland of had a near-run in at the South Beach hot spot, which recently underwent renovations and new ownership. Lounging with their entourages on separate sides of the club, the music moguls sipped on vodka and Motley Birds for almost two hours, before word of each other’s company got out. After his bottle ran dry, Timbaland and company headed out of the club in a Mercedes Benz, throwing in the towel. The club hasn’t experienced much drama since before the reopening, when Busta Rhymes came through demanding free drinks, but apparently, even a bit of Feng Shui couldn’t cure the hip-hop curse. -- Tracy Block

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