Chris Brown and Drake's Feud Isn't Over Just Yet
The two hip-hop stars are asking a judge to pin the blame the other for their New York City bar brawl.
Chris Brown and Drake are taking their feud to court.
After French model Romain Julien filed suit against both musicians and New York City's W.i.P. nightclub where Brown and Drake engaged in a bar brawl last June, the two hip-hop stars are asking a court judge to pin the blame on the other for injuries Julien claims he suffered during the fight.
Brown, 23, and Drake, 26, each claim they were not responsible for the fight and want the other to pay for damages in the event Julien wins his suit, reports TMZ.
Days after the fallout, NBA star Tony Parker filed a lawsuit against the nightclub, claiming the Big Apple hotspot should have never let the two feuding artist -- who both dated singer Rihanna-- inside.
The basketballer wanted the club to pay him $20 million as compensation for injuries he sustained -- including lacerations to his cornea allegedly caused by shards of glass -- that he claims could have sidelined his career.
On the other hand, Drake's management released a statement denying the "Take Care" singer's involvement, saying, “He was on his way out of the club when the altercation began. He did not engage in any activity which resulted in injury to person or damage to property."