News: "People Wanna Know About The Whole Situation W/ Me, Drake & Meek Mill"

Friday, Nov 30, 2012 10:39AM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

R&B star Chris Brown touches on his publicized New York City brawl last summer with Drake in the new XXL Magazine and promises the situation is not deeper than rap.

Based on an excerpt, Chris Breezy does not shield away from the touchy topic.

"A lot of people wanna know about the whole situation with me, Drake and Meek Mill. At the end of the day, I'm me, they're them. They rap, I sing. Totally different caliber. I rap, I play around on mixtapes. But our words don't collide as much as you'd think." (XXL Magazine)

Chris Breezy caught a huge break last week after reports surfaced claiming he would not get punished over the New York club incident.

Chris Brown and Drake will NOT face criminal charges stemming from their alleged involvement in a massive nightclub brawl this summer in NYC -- law enforcement sources tell TMZ, there just isn't enough evidence to move forward with the case. According to law enforcement sources, the investigation into the bottle-smashing brawl at WIP nightclub on June 14th has been concluded and no criminal charges will be filed against Chris, Drake, or any member of their entourages. There will be no further investigation. (TMZ)

Recently, Chris Breezy talked about having to limit what he says about the brawl.

"The only reason I can't talk about it is because we're dealing with legal stuff. You know I'm trying to get paid and not trying to give out no information," Brown said in an interview referring to the Drake incident. "We don't talk about other guys. We just focus on the music. [Was it more of us hitting one another?] Nah. It's none of that. I'm more reserved and I box, so it would have been none of that. You know exactly what that means. [laughs]" ("Big Boy's Neighborhood")

In her new GQ cover feature, R&B diva Rihanna addresses the Brown/Drake feud.

Just when we thought Rihanna couldn't get any more sexy, the sultry siren once again ups the ante, baring it all on the cover of GQ's December "Men of the Year (And One Hot Woman)" issue. Inside the mag, it's pretty much the same. Rih Rih reveals plenty to writer Jay Bulger, but knows just when to cover up. "There's no proof of that being for my love," she says when questioned about the bottle-bashing brawl between Chris Brown and Drake's camps inside a New York nightclub back in June. (MTV)

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