Paul McCartney Denied Entry to Tyga's Grammy Party, Hell Freezes Over

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I will not live in a world where Paul McCartney is not allowed into a party hosted by Tyga.

The Beatles legend (L-E-G-E-N-D) was filmed by TMZ trying to get into at Grammy Awards afterparty at the Argyle in Hollywood with Beck and Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins.

Thinking it would be a piece of cake to show his face (see: L-E-G-E-N-D), Sir Paul and his friends arrived at the back entrance to the club.  The videographer was asking McCartney to name his his favorite Rolling Stones song, and caught the whole thing on camera.

Beck hung in the background, wide-eyed with disbelief, as McCartney tried to wrap his head around the fact that he wasn't allowed into the party.

Because he's a class act, McCartney didn't throw a fit or take to Twitter to complain about today's youth.

Instead, he had a laugh.

"How VIP do we gotta get?" McCartney joked to his friends.  "We need another hit." 

So, off McCartney and his friends went to Hyde, where they toasted their age and cool factor at the Republic Records Grammy party.

The videographer tried to get a quote from Tyga as he left the party, but it was all a bunch of mumbles.

Bow Wow, on the other hand, couldn't believe that McCartney couldn't get into the party.

"Wait, wait.  Time out.  THE Paul McCartney came to Argyle?  And they would not let Paul McCartney in? There's not way that you're telling me that."

Then some other kid came up to the camera to talk about how much cooler than are than McCartney because they're young, and I wept into my discman.  

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