Paris Hilton's racist past is well documented (here, here, and here), but she didn't seem to have a problem with Lil' Wayne performing at her 32nd birthday bash back in March. Although the party was about five months ago now, video footage of Weezy serenading the "Stars Are Blind" songstress with his hit single, "Love Me," has just surfaced online. The four-minute performance sees Weezy rapping into a Mariah-esque bejewelled mic (which we're guessing probably isn't his) while Paris poses and postures nearby.

The heiress is currently signed to Cash Money Records, which will release her long-awaited sophomore album later this year if everything goes to plan. A music video for the Afrojack-produced lead single, "Good Time," has already been shot with Weezy and director, Hannah Lux Davis, who previously directed Paris in Rich Gang's "Tapout." Davis was also behind Fifth Harmony's "Miss Movin' On" and Ciara's "I'm Out," so Paris is definitely in good hands.