Chris Brown Disses Drake For Starting Bar Brawl In New Rap (AUDIO)
Chris Brown's bar brawl drama continues as the rapper recently dissed rival Drake in a new rap.
Brown, 23, has released a verse for Chief Keef's "I Don't Like" in which he slams the 25-year-old "Take Care" rapper for their fight at W.i.P. nightclub.
"They throwin' bottles, I'm throwin' models -- just because I give a b-tch long pipe," Brown raps in a verse.
Aside from referencing the scuffle, which left several partygoers including himself injured, Brown also insults Drake's appearance and music.
"Them eyebrows? Man, that sh-t's yikes," Brown says in the song. "OVO you overdose. YOLO? No, I live twice!"
YOLO stands for "you only live once" -- a phrase which was popularized by Drake's 2011 track, "The Motto."
Brown also freestyles, "One on one, what you scared bruh?/ Huh, matter of fact, take care bruh" -- a reference to Drake's most recent album, "Take Care."
Brown was more kind to Drake's inner circle of friends. In one verse, he complimented Drake's labelmate Nicki Minaj, rapping, "My n---a Tunechi, yeah that n---a nice. Shoutout to Nicki, man that ass tight."
"He did nothing wrong, of course," she said of Drake's involvement in the brawl. "Rumors are rumors, but I told him to remember who you are."
The two rappers' infamous altercation inside the New York City hangout is still currently under police investigation.