Unfortunately, Chris Brown and Drake are at the top of media headlines not because of their crazy new collabo, but the two are being accused of facing off at NYC nightclub WIP, in an altercation that allegedly left Breezy with a bloody chin. No one knows for sure what happened, but patrons at the club left Twitter in a frenzy after a number of tweets suggested Drake’s camp started firing glass bottles at Chris Brown’s table. Screenshots of Chris’ deleted tweets also provide further evidence of the fight.
Trouble still is clinging to Chris Brown. The NYPD is investigating an early morning bar brawl Thursday involving him and Drake.
Five people were injured in the fight at club W.I.P., mostly minor cuts. Brown tweeted a photo of himself with a cut chin, then removed it, as well as other messages about the fight, including epithets and taunts. TMZ reports that rapperMeek Mill (who was at Drake’s table) hit Brown with a bottle for unknown reasons. Rivalry, perhaps? Both Drake and Brown have datedRihanna. She and Drake collaborated on the song Take Care and were seen holding hands at LIV over Memorial Day weekend.
DRAKE SAYS HE DIDN”T BEAT UP CHRIS BROWN
Drake is adamant … he is not responsible for the bloody gash on Chris Brown‘s face … claiming he was simply leaving the nightclub when the brawl broke out … but sources tell us, the fight started after Chris Brown and a rapper at Drake’s table started trash talking each other.
The rapper hanging with Drake — Meek Mill — was screaming at Chris and Chris was giving it right back to Meek Mill. One of Chris’ lieutenants was also involved in the screaming match.
Our sources would NOT say what specifically they were arguing about — partly out of fear that someone will get hurt. But we are told the argument was NOT over Rihanna.
One source says Chris was hurt when Meek Mill hit him with a bottle.
A rep for Drake tells TMZ … “Drake did not participate in any wrongdoing of any kind last night at W.i.P. He was on his way out of the club when the altercation began.”
The rep adds, “[Drake] did not engage in any activity which resulted in injury to person or damage to property.”