Thursday night, close friends, and family gathered to celebrate the Bronx’s own multi-platinum recording artist Remy Ma at her Cinderella-themed birthday extravaganza, aptly named “Remderella.” The night was nothing short of magical, capturing the essence of fairy tale opulence and hip-hop grandeur.

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Surprising her guests upon arrival, Remy Ma made a grand entrance in a show-stopping baby blue embellished ball gown. She arrived in true Cinderella style, seated in a magnificent carriage drawn by two noble white steeds, setting the tone for an extraordinary evening. Her brother, hip-hop legend Fat Joe, greeted her as they took red carpet photos alongside Remy’s daughter Reminisce. The birthday girl then re-emerged inside the venue in a breathtaking powder pink ball gown, ready to enjoy the festivities.

Held at the beautiful Renaissance Event Hall in Long Island City, the Cinderella ball-themed event transformed the space into an enchanting utopia fit for royalty. Guests were captivated by the customized vintage bar powered by Jack Daniels, which set the stage for an evening filled with quality crafted cocktails and a special champagne toast for Remy courtesy of Korbel, following an exquisite dinner presentation.

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The guest list boasted an array of stars, including Connie Diamond, JuJu, and many more, all dressed in their best ballroom attire. Stunning gowns and tailored tuxedos adorned the attendees, exuding black opulence in a distinctly “New York” way with the incorporation of stylish sneakers.

The energy in the room was electric as the DJ played explosive hits, including Connie Diamond’s “Ghetto & Ratchet” featuring Remy herself. A special hip-hop dance ballad performance, set to a compilation of Remy’s greatest hits such as “Conceited” and “Whuteva,” ignited the entire party. The star of the night was visibly moved by the outpouring of love and celebration.

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Adding to the night’s excitement, hip-hop icons French Montana and Maino made a special appearance, celebrating their sister and putting the cherry on top of an already unforgettable night.

The event, curated by Roseay, the CEO of The Now PR, was another remarkable birthday for the books. “Remderella” was a night filled with magic, emotion, and an undeniable sense of community, proving once again that Remy Ma knows how to celebrate in style.

Photo Credits: Amor Visage Productions

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