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Twitter is apparently no longer big enough to contain Chris Brown’s feelings toward Drake. The singer can be heard taking Drake to task in a new remix, in which he alludes to the New York brawl involving both musicians earlier this month.
On the track, “Game Don’t Like” Brown sings a line about bottles being thrown—which multiple parties confirm happened at SoHo’s W.i.P. club the night things got ugly between the men and their entourages. Brown also alludes to Drake’s new album, Take Care.
“One on one, what you scared bruh?
Huh, matter of fact, “Take Care” bruh.”
There is also explicit language in reference to Drake not reproduced here, but which can be heard over at djorator.com, which released the track.
Brown has largely remained publicly silent on the brawl, save for a Twitter rant aimed at Drake and another slamming the media’s coverage of the fight. Both sets of tweets were deleted shortly after they were posted.
Drake hasn’t said much publicly about the fight either, though during a New York concert days after the brawl, he told the crowd he had a lot on his mind. He also seemed to reference the fight during a song that night.
“It’s last call and you’re really too drunk to give a f—,” said Drake. “A n—- in the corner is standing there looking at you funny. You bump elbows with him on the way to the bathroom, but really there’s only one n—- that you got to think about.”
While Brown and Drake have enjoyed a surge of social media interest in the brawl’s aftermath, and were even offered $1 million each by a boxing promoter to go a few rounds in the ring, the fallout has hit the club where it all went down hard.
W.i.P.’s owners have been plagued with legal troubles, and were slapped with a $20 million lawsuit from NBA star Tony Parker, who says he received an eye injury in the fight. The club itself has had its license suspended.
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