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Sean Kingston celebrates his 22nd birthday at RPM Nightclub in Tropicana on Saturday, Feb. 11, 2012.
Photo: David Becker/WireImage

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Sean Kingston's 22nd Birthday at RPM

Hip-hop and R&B sensation Sean Kingston celebrated his 22nd birthday at RPM Nightclub at Tropicana Las Vegas over the weekend with a performance. Kingston greeted the crowd and asked for a moment of silence in honor of Whitney Houston before performing his hits “Beautiful Girls,” “Fire Burning” and “Party All Night (Sleep All Day).”

He was later presented with a Louis Vuitton-inspired cake created by the Tropicana. Kingston, who has recovered from a near-fatal jet-ski accident last year, celebrated his 21st birthday at Tryst in the Wynn. Thanks to David Becker of WireImage for his photo gallery.

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