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Paul McCartney Was Denied Entry to Tyga's Grammy Party for Some Strange Reason

Andy Cohen considers it divine intervention.

You would think Paul McCartney would be able to get into any party he wants, anywhere in the world. But, it turns out the Beatles front man had a hard time finding his name on the guest list at a post-Grammys party where rapper Tyga was performing on Monday. Paul attempted to get into the bash with Beck and Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins — and, believe it or not, none were allowed to enter. While Paul's rep later clarified that it was all a misunderstanding and that he was actually trying to get into Mark Ronson's Republic Records party and upon realizing he was at the wrong place, he left. However, Andy Cohen thinks he wasn't able to get into because of divine intervention.

Regardless of what really happened when Sir Paul and his A-list pals tried to get in, Tyga later explained on Jimmy Kimmel Live that the fire marshal had something to do with the snub because he felt the venue was already filled to capacity. Either way, Tyga apologized to Paul on Twitter.

Sounds like that beef is officially settled. Now when should we expect a collaboration?

Speaking of Tyga, take a trip into the Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles archives and relive his appearance below.

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