Justin Bieber, Kendall Jenner, Chris Brown, Nicki Minaj Party At Meek Mill’s After Grammys Party

Justin Bieber didn’t go the 57th Grammy Awards. But, the 20-year-old singer did swing by with rapper Meek Mill’s after Grammys Party.

The party took place at Bieber’s previous glass mansion rental in Beverly Hills. The lease had reportedly been taken over by Mill for Grammy Weekend, TMZ reports.

Other stars at the bash on Sunday included Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Khloe Kardashian, model Kendall Jenner, French Montana, YG, and more, according to multiple reports.

There was reportedly quite a commotion at the house with drones filming and police called at one point.

However, The Shade Room claims things only got wild when all the celebrities attempted to leave at once after girls started fighting in a bathroom line, amid a separate fracas near the DJs area.

TMZ is reporting a far more hectic scenario, with police called following noise complaints and alleged fighting between rival gangs. Either way, no arrests were made and the house was not leased in Bieber’s name when the party took place.

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(Photo: Justin Bieber attended rapper Meek Mill's Grammys after-party in Beverly Hills, California, on Sunday night)

Bieber’s attendance at Meek’s Mill’s party popped up in a few social media reveals.

Meanwhile, it was revealed on Monday that Bieber’s anticipated Central Comedy Roast has tapped the services of comedian-actor Kevin Hart to be the Roast Master.

The news was revealed by host network Central Comedy via Twitter.

According to E!’s Marc Malkin, the highly anticipated public skewering of the 20-year-old singer will be taped on March 14,

Comedy Central revealed Bieber’s roast will air on March 30. The forthcoming takedown was reported repeatedly requested by the star to mark his milestone 21st birthday.

Previously, TMZ reported the Biebs views the event as “therapy,” as a way for him to own up to past, inappropriate behavior and draw a line under it. That appears to follow the line taken by the singer in an apology video that he posted to his social media accounts after his first appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on January 29.

In the video, Bieber called some of his past conduct “arrogant” and “conceited.”

In a second, surprise turn on Ellen, he added that he was “not proud” of his past behavior but was “passionate about getting better and growing.”

Following today’s reveal, a little banter was tweeted between Hart — who is a friend of the Biebs — and the singer.

Bieber first direct tweeted Hart saying the Ride Along star was the “only person that made sense,” before inviting the 35-year-old to “bring it on.”

Replying in kind, Hart promised,

The Wrap reports that Hart revealed, “I don’t normally do roasts but I had to step out for my guy Biebs … It’s his big 21. It’s about to be ‘operation roast everyone’s ass.'”

Comedy Central’s president of original programming, Kent Alterman, chimed in, “They say only a good friend would verbally eviscerate another good friend for all his vulnerabilities.”

He added, “Kevin Hart is a very good friend.”

The “Comedy Central Roast Of Justin Bieber” will be executive produced by Joel Gallen from Tenth Planet Productions, who has executive produced and directed past Comedy Central Roasts.

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