He favors the neighborhood and fatherhood.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams went into “supportive dad mode” for his son Jordan Coleman’s album launch party at Manhattan hotspot Sei Less on Friday night.
Sources tell Page Six exclusively that Coleman, 27, shut down the entire Asian fusion restaurant — which is a favorite of stars like Kevin Hart and Mark Wahlberg — for the event.
We’re told Adams arrived at the party after midnight, but made sure to chat with all the revelers and dine on edamame dumplings, scallion pancakes and veggies.
However, the mayor’s main priority was to be there for his only child, who he shares with ex-girlfriend Chrisena Coleman.
An eyewitness tells Page Six that the father-son duo “exchanged a few words” and
“shared a warm embrace” at one point during the night.
“Mayor Adams has expressed how incredibly proud he is of his son,” the source adds.
In January, the former cop told the Post he thought his son’s music represented a “voice of aspiration” among America’s youth.
“When he was a kid, my job as a father was to instruct him, nurture him and prepare him for the future,” Adams previously said.
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“He is a man now and being that man means not speaking with my voice but finding his own. Jordan is building on the lessons he has learned and making the best decisions for himself. I am extremely proud of the person he has become.
Coleman, who previously worked as a creative coordinator in Roc Nation’s film department, previously told The Post of his big dreams: “I want to be a rapper, I want to be an international filmmaker, I want to be an artist. I try to find a way to merge them in a creative and intelligent way.
At the artist’s party for his debut album, “Jordan,” guests including rappers Melle Mel, Eric B., Grandmaster Caz, retired NBA star Kenny Anderson and TV personality Justina Valentine, sipped D’USSE cognac and Purple Heart vodka cocktails.
We’re told the revelers were also treated to an a capella performance by Coleman, and the crowd “didn’t want to leave.”
The event finally ended around 3:30 a.m. on Saturday morning.