Music producer Mally Mall is reportedly the person responsible for finally seizing the feud between Young Money’s Drake and R&B singer Chris Brown after a publicized rift. #thepeacemaker
Mall addressed the now-ended beef when approached by paparazzi in Los Angeles.
Hip hop producer Mally Mall played a key role in settling Drake and Chris Brown’s longstanding feud … because he brought them together at his house in Las Vegas. When we caught up with Mally in L.A. … he said “the past is the past” for Breezy and Drizzy, and that Rihanna’s name never came up during their recording sessions in Mally’s home studio. They’ve come a long way from 2 years ago when they destroyed W.i.P. Nightclub in New York in an all-out brawl over RiRi — but Mally says … “We squashed the beef.” (TMZ)
Brown shocked fans after coming through for an “ESPY’s” awards show spoof with Drake.
The stars, whose posses came to blows in 2012 in an NYC nightclub, referred to the incident in the clip. Blake Griffin joined the fun, too — first battling it out with the 2014 ESPYS host over whether their segment should be called “Blake and Drake” or “Drake and Blake.” In the skit, the two somehow end up in a dentist’s office, with NBA player Griffin, 25, hovering over his rival, in the style of Steve Martin‘s memorable scene from 1986 movie, Little Shop of Horrors. The horrified “Started From the Bottom” rapper asks Griffin, “Are you really going to do this?” Suddenly, Brown — holding surgical tools — appears and says, “No. I am!” (Us Magazine)
A photo of Drizzy and Breezy in a recording studio surfaced online last week.
A Drake stan Instagram page posted a photo of the OVO/YMCMB rapper and his former bottle-brawlin’ nemesis, Chris Brown, in the studio together early this morning. In the photo, it appears that Chris is singing while Drake holds a double-cup and listens intently. No word on whether or not the two frenemies worked on any music together or if this was just a bonding session to build some good vibrations. (Bossip)
Last October, a photo of Drizzy and Brown hanging out in a studio hit the ‘net.
“Hanging with Drake in the studio,” the 24-year-old pop star posted early Thursday, seemingly hinting at a collaboration between the “Started From The Bottom” rapper and the “Run It” singer. (E! Online)
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