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    There Was A "Project X" Level Party In Huntington Beach Last Night, And I Cannot Believe My Eyes

    Huntington Beach = the Florida of California.

    Welcome to the latest episode of "What the Heck Is Going on in Huntington Beach?!" Today, we'll be talking about last night's party that put Project X to shame.

    @thesyncup / tiktok.com

    In case you weren't aware, Huntington Beach is a beach city located in Orange County, California. The rest of us here in OC regularly make jokes about it.

    Whenever I see Huntington Beach trend

    Twitter: @jebaiting

    Apparently, a party invitation for "Adrian's kickback" went viral on TikTok and tons of people flew from around the country to join the festivities. And the result? Complete and utter MAYHEM.

    INSTANT REGRET: TikTokers from all over US fly into Huntington Beach for Adrian’s Kickback. Event gets broken up by police.

    @iamtheipaler / Twitter: @defnoodles

    According to Deadline, the party likely got its name from a song by Adrian Hour, an Argentinian DJ and music producer. But no one's sure yet so I'm just wondering: Who is Adrian??? Don't be shy!

    Mayhem, I tell you!!

    @thesyncup

    #adrianskickback just ended!! Soo many cops, they were firing paintballs!!😳 #adrians #foryou

    ♬ original sound - 🥸

    During a PANDEMIC!

    Fireworks exploded everywhere!

    Fireworks going off as people run
    @iamtheipaler / Twitter: @defnoodles

    People were jumping on cop cars...

    @iamtheipaler / Twitter: @defnoodles

    ...and off buildings!

    @iamtheipaler / Twitter: @defnoodles

    They even climbed up flagpoles!!!

    @thesyncup / tiktok.com

    According to NBC News, nearly 150 people were arrested for "vandalism, the firing of dangerous/illegal fireworks, failure to disperse, and curfew violation." There were an estimated 2,500 people in attendance (!!!) and about 150 police officers showed up to handle the situation.

    @iamtheipaler / Twitter: @defnoodles

    Some attendees claimed that paintballs and tear gas were used to disperse the crowd.

    Naturally, Twitter had a lot to say about all this!

    the rest of SoCal looking at Huntington Beach like

    Twitter: @mochiass

    I just realized this whole #adrianskickback shit is just like one of Gatsby’s parties where nobody knows the host personally nor even know what he looks like lmao

    Twitter: @_FaithRachel

    More police showed up to disperse teenagers in Huntington Beach than to disperse insurrectionists in the Capitol.

    Twitter: @santiagomayer_

    Adrian safely at home watching the crowds and chaos in Huntington Beach on TV right now... #AdriansKickback

    Twitter: @JermaineWatkins

    What do you think about Adrian's kickback? Let me know in the comments below!

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