It has been a few weeks since our first expose on Arthur Kadyshes, and while we want to provide more to our readers, sometimes it takes a little patience as we field suggestions and insider information from our readers. One thing this site does not have a lack of is insider information on Arthur's life, the things he does, and the places he goes. It's no surprise that Arthur lies, and lies a lot, to present a view of himself that just isn't real.
We have been very lucky to receive some great information about Arthur from a somewhat prominent NYC club promoter. He had a ton to share about Arthur, the VMA after party at Avenue (which he attended), the club scene in the city, and most importantly, why Arthur doesn't get into the best clubs in the city. As you can see below, it all shows how Arthur Kade lies constantly about his life and activities. Enjoy!
NYC Club Culture, Bottle Service, and Where Arthur Kade is Not Welcome
On Sunday night Arthur claimed he couldn't get into the rooftop part at the Hotel on Rivington in NYC. Kade wrote, "When I got there, I didn’t know who’s name I was under at the door, and the door people were being brutal (I kept telling them I was Arthur Kade, but it didn’t even matter because every one there was famous)." He ended up getting in because a random person in line took Arthur in as his "+1," but the bottom line is he couldn't get in on his own accord. All the "I'm the balls-ass up and coming Oscar winning actor Arthur Kade" in the world won't work when you're nothing but a nobody.
According to our source, the reason is simple: "Nobody in the NYC club world knows who he is," he said "Some people know of him from blogs like Gawker or Down By The Hipster, but they don't really pay attention. NY'ers don’t' really care about Philly and regional cities - they're just the bridge-and-tunnel tourist crowd."
"People like Kade come to this city and stay in cheaper midtown hotels miles away from the action and go to clubs where the whole point is to attract people like him," he said. "In other words, people dumb enough to spend money on the bottle service model - a total tourist, bridge-and-tunnel trick."
That makes perfect sense considering Arthur's beloved Pod Hotel is located on
The whole nightclub scene in NYC has changed dramatically in the past few years, moving away from an emphasis on bottle service to a more casual atmosphere, but tighter door policies and access. "The only places that still do tons of bottle service are for fools like him that will pay for it," he said. "Nobody cool in NYC buys bottles anymore, and clubs like Beatrice Inn, Rose Bar, Jane Hotel, and the Boom Boom Room at The Standard don’t' even offer Bottle Service."
"Kade would never get into the real elite clubs like these. One look at his novelty t-shirts and dumb ass hat and he would be denied - much like he was at the Hotel on Rivington the other night. People like him are a dime a dozen in NYC."
Arthur likes to brag about bottle service constantly, implying that he's comped frequently for bottles of alcohol. Though he may be, it's how the game goes for everyone. "People like Kade are forced to buy bottles to get in and of course they get 'comped' a bottle or two after their dumbasses just bought five bottles for full price," he said.
Also, another rule of thumb in NYC is that nobody who waits in line gets into clubs anyway. You walk up like you own the place and that's how you get in. If you are supposed to be there, if you know people, if you bring a bunch of girls, that's how you get in. Only fools wait in line. Kade probably just walks up to the front of the line, gives the door guy his credit card and is forced to buy bottles on the spot and is let right in. Again, because he is a fool. "He's 3-5 years behind the curve and is utterly 100% full of shit," our source said. "He is a nobody in NYC. A total fucking zero. Not even a blip on the radar. No NY'er would ever snap a picture with a celebrity - only a tourist would do that and that's what Kade is. He is kidding himself if he believes he is a celebrity, but we both know that already!"
The VMA After-Parties
After Arthur went to Rivington on Sunday night, his next stop was Avenue, host of one of the VMA parties. In his blog "Rags to Riches, Kade claims "I saw Mickey Rourke and said “What’s up” and we caught up for a minute, and then I headed from the bathroom to our table where there was at least 30 bottles of Cristal, Vodka, and everything else Arthur Kade would like, plus more models than a Gen Popper can imagine. We partied with “Models and Bottles” and closed Avenue..."
Our source, who was at Avenue on Sunday night, kept an eye on Kade since he was eager to send some information to us if he saw him. Sure enough, he did, and can 100% dispute Kade's account of the evening:
"Kade said their table had at least 30 bottles of Cristal, Vodka, etc., and took a couple pictures of the table. What he lied about is that he had no connection at all to it. The table belonged to a Malaysian financier who is a great customer at Avenue and has been dropping $150,000 there one night a week. This will seem ridiculous to many people, but it's
. This stuff happens here. It wasn't Kade's table and he didn't know anybody there. I watched Kade try as hard as he could to mooch, watched him take a few pictures with celebrities and the table, and then he was gone from that section in the bar." New York
The photo above was provided to us by our source, taken of the table Kade claimed was his. A total and complete lie.
Arthur took this photo at Avenue, claiming it was his table. Pretty far away for a party he was supposedly a part of!
Another photo of the bottle service table Arthur claimed was his.
Our source also had some more information about the VMA after-parties in general in the city:
"Nobody gave a shit about the VMA after-parties. It was the weekend of Fashion Weekend the best parties of the year are fashion parties during September fashion week, right after everyone gets back into the city after the summer. Of course Kade came all the way up to NYC for VMA after parties - they're for the Bridge-and-Tunnel crowd.
While Mickey Rourke and Gerard Butler were at Avenue, everyone from Madonna to Calvin Klein to every supermodel walking the catwalks for fucking fashion week was partying down the street at the Boom Boom Room on the same night."
Finally, we asked our source about differences between the NYC club scene, and the Philly scene that Arthur covets so much. He said:
"In a small market like Philly, club owners will host Kade, because any press for them is cool press. There really are no real VIP's in such small markets. Maybe only pro athletes, but there are no elite clubs in Philly or AC where everyone is a VIP like you might find in NYC. Let's be real here - the major cities are NYC, LA, Vegas, and
There you have it folks. More Arthur Kade lies exposed, more delusions shot down. We look forward to your comments!