Found January 30, 2013 on BlackSportsOnline:
PLAYERS: Plaxico Burress
Larry Brown Sports  reported the story on the Super Bowl day bash Plaxico Burress is hosting in North Miami Beach. Doors are set to open at 3pm and will take place at Ocean Bleu Lounge. Sounds fun enough, but given Plaxico’s history of gun ownership and clubs, was this really the best decision? Let’s just hope the club has metal detectors at the door, don’t want to risk anything.
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  • The party bombed! It was awful! It looked and felt very thuggish with all the big huge security present as if they were expecting a gun to go off. The food was awful beyond description. This type of place will attract the worse elements of people. Very scary. We left with our group to find some other place to watch the game that felt a little safer. The food also sucked and was way overpriced for what it was. All in all, YUCK! It was a mistake!,
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