Paul McCartney, Beck and Taylor Hawkins turned away from Tyga’s Grammy after-party – watch

Group were refused entry twice

Paul McCartney was reportedly turned away from a Grammy after-party thrown by the rapper Tyga last night.

McCartney was caught on camera alongside Beck and Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins last night (February 15) as they attempted to get into the party. The TMZ footage was filmed outside Argyle in Hollywood and shows McCartney being told they were not allowed inside on two occasions.

Despite mentioning Mark Ronson’s name repeatedly, the group are refused entry. McCartney is shown asking “How VIP do we gotta get? We need another hit.” He then turns to Beck and mock-scolds him and asks him to write another song.

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TMZ reports that the group then headed to a Republic Records party at another venue.

McCartney, Beck and Hawkins had been at the Grammy Awards earlier in the evening where they saw Taylor Swift and Kendrick Lamar among the night’s big winners. There were also performances from The Weeknd, Adele and a David Bowie tribute by Lady Gaga.

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