Trey Songz got tired of watching Drake have all the fun, and put together a rival poolside turn up.
The singer spent $25k to rent a MASSIVE 23,000 square foot home Sunday in McLean, Virginia -- just outside DC -- and the guest list was 700 deep, including Kevin Durant and a bunch of Washington Redskins players.
Check out this video from inside the event -- Trey was nice enough to introduce a chick to the pool. He teamed up with DC promoter Bobby Patterson to pull it off and dropped another $50k just for the open bar. Food? A mere $8k.
The last moments before Omar Mateen burst into Pulse nightclub were filled with dancing, boozing and a celebrity performance ... as seen in this video TMZ obtained.
This was the scene inside Pulse early Sunday morning, less than 2 hours before the shooting started. As we've reported ... it was Latin night, and in this video it's clear how packed it was. Clubgoers were taking in a dance contest, cheering, and the MC poured booze freely.
"RuPaul's Drag Race" season 4 contestant Kenya Michaels was there too ... performing onstage.
Kenya escaped the club safely, but sadly pointed out her "best friends" were in the front row cheering for her. She says ... "Now all of them are gone."
Australian rules football legend Richie Vandenberg got hit in the face with a glass at a NY bar early Thursday morning ... but despite his injuries, he refused medical attention, TMZ Sports has learned.
Here's what we know ... 39-year-old Vandenberg -- who captained the Hawthorn Football Club from '05 to '07 -- was partying at the Catch bar in NYC with a lady friend when someone came up to her and asked her to dance.
We're told she refused... and Richie came over to help get her point across, when the dude smashed Richie in the face.
Police were called and the suspect -- a 32-year-old man -- was arrested. Cops say Richie suffered a laceration to the forehead but didn't want to go to the hospital.
Australian rules football players are tough.
BTW, Vandenberg was a stud during his time with the squad ... and was hailed as turning Hawthorn into one of the most dominant clubs in the AFL.