The Jamaican-born “world’s fastest man” poked fun at the president as he partied at Miami Beach hotspot Rockwell on Friday and Saturday night. Bolt posed for pictures with Toronto-born ice-hockey player P.K. Subban, whose parents emigrated to Canada from Jamaica and Montserrat, and Toronto Football Club soccer star Jozy Altidore, who is American-born to Haitian immigrants.
Altidore put a swift boot into Trump, who was branded a racist on Thursday, despite his denial he used the phrase “s–thole countries.” Altidore posted a picture of the athletic trio, tweeting, “Three #s–hole dudes just living the dream, @realdonaldtrump @PKSubban1 @usainbolt
Then, Bolt and his pals proceeded to party like billionaires. According to a fellow guest, “The eight-time Olympic gold medalist had parades of champagne and bottles brought to his table throughout both nights. Usain was his cool normal self, but others in the venue loved that he was there. DJ Irie, who is also from Jamaica, was also heard repeatedly shouting out, ‘The greatest Olympian of all time.’”
On Sunday, Bolt was sitting courtside at the Miami Heat game, then hung out at nightclub LIV. Meanwhile, the retired sprinter is chasing his dream of playing professional soccer: He has a tryout with Germany’s Borussia Dortmund in March and has also had discussions with British Premier League team Manchester United.