Usain Bolt Parties in London as His Jamaican Girlfriend Tweets #SelfControl
Usain Bolt hit the clubs again in London, while his girlfriend talked about self control in Jamaica
Usain Bolt hit the London clubs again on Friday night.
The fastest man alive showed no signs of stopping as he hung with another group of beautiful women, dancing the night away until 5 a.m..
It was the 29-year-old fourth night of celebrations after winning three gold medals at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio. The Jamaican sprinter now has nine gold medals overall.
Photos show Bolt stopped by Mayfair’s Novikov restaurant Friday, before hitting some nightclubs in the West End. He and his female companions returned back his hotel later in the evening.
On Sunday after the Games’ closing ceremonies, Bolt was spotted out with up to three different women. He continued the party on Monday night in London, hitting up the Cirque le Soir nightclub until 5:45 a.m., before continuing the party back at his hotel.
Less that 24 hours later, he then repeated the same feat at Tape in London’s exclusive Mayfair district.
“He arrived around 1 in the morning and stayed until around 4:30 a.m.,” a source previously told PEOPLE of his time at Tape. ‘Everyone else in the club was asked to leave around 3:30 a.m., but Usain and a big group of ladies stayed in for a bit longer. They had the whole club to themselves for around an hour.”
“He just looked really happy. He was in really good spirits and just smiling all the time, having some fun with his friends, celebrating his victory,” the insider continued.
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Later that night, Bolt brought up to 10 women back to his hotel room to continue the fun. “It must have been a good party,” the source said. “They were all in pretty good spirits. One even did his trademark Lightning Bolt sign outside the hotel!”
She appeared less enthusiastic on Friday evening, tweeting the hashtag, “#SelfControl.”
The couple have been together for almost three years, Bolt said in January.