Drake hosted a private party for Lil Wayne's 39th birthday at Swan in Miami and both rappers danced to their own music throughout the bash, according to PageSix.

"[Drake] was vibing along to his music and taking [Don Julio] 1942 shots all night with his friends and lots of girls," a source told the outlet Wednesday, adding that there was a long line of people, especially girls, outside the venue.

"They bought out the whole restaurant and had a line of people trying to get into the exclusive event all the way around the block of [the] Miami Design District," the source explained. "There were tons of girls [inside the party]. The ratio was at least eight girls to every guy."

The insider further revealed that the guest list consisted of only friends but somehow the word got out and "many girls showed up wanting to get in." Brooklyn Johnny, Quavo, Ray J, FoodGod, David Grutman, YK Osiris, Maino and Preme also attended Wayne's birthday bash.

At some point in the celebration, everyone, including Drake, gave a toast to Wayne with Ciroc Vodka shots.

A netizen tweeted a video of the said toast Wednesday. In the clip, Drake could be heard saying, "I still get nervous talking about this guy because, in addition to my brother, he's my mentor and idol."

Another fan shared a photo of guests posing together at the event. In the snaps, Drake could be seen smiling and posing for the camera while wearing a blue T-shirt. Wayne, on the other hand, could be seen wearing his signature cap and a black T-shirt.

Brazilian actress Gessica Kayane was also invited to the party. She shared pictures of the gathering, featuring Drake and Wayne, on her Instagram Stories. A fan posted screenshots of her posts on Twitter Wednesday.

On the work front, Wayne was featured in DaBaby's music video for "Lonely" which came out on Sept. 14. He also released a music video titled "Lose" in collaboration with British YouTuber KSI, last month.

Drake, on the other hand, dropped his sixth studio album, "Certified Lover Boy," on Sept. 3 under OVO Sound and Republic Records label. The rapper also collaborated with ESPN to create music for "Monday Night Football."

Drake’s “More Life” is a return to form missing from his last albums. Pictured: Drake on Sept. 23, 2016 in Las Vegas. Getty Images