The Brown vs. Drake brawl at W.i.P. moves forward with new developments as the battle for the title of biggest hip-hop hot-head continues.
TMZ is reporting a bunch of new information that sounds a lot like all the old info, and begs the question, how long is the he said/ he said debate going to last?
This is interesting because Drake's camp previously stated he wasn't anywhere around when things started heating up telling Hollyscoop, "Drake did not participate in any wrongdoing of any kind last night at W.i.P. 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.”
Brown’s lawyer Mark Geragos – who’s in NYC handling the hell out of things -- has some kind of evidence that he thinks proves Drake and rapper Meek Mills were the “aggressors.”
Another source is claiming the counterpoint that someone on Brown’s half of the bar spent the evening trying to incite some action from Drake’s corner.
It’s possible that this “physical evidence” and the they’re-the-aggressors claim might have something to do with a note that’s been reported to the New York Post -- from Drake to Brown:
“I am f--king the love of your life.”
But the uber classy missive, rife with fighting words, was apparently Drake's version of a “thank you” letter after Brown sent a bottle of something casually referred to as Ace of Spades to Drakes table.
Drake is apparently cooperating with the NYPD as well, but it is not known if he has actually personally spoken to any of the detectives. But his people most definitely have.
Neither Drake nor Brown are currently a suspect. Geragos is putting his client into the “witness and victim" category.
But one person that has most definitely been arrested is Jonathan Cantor, manager of Greenhouse, the club that’s above and affliiated with the now infamous W.i.P. Apparently there were some loud music complaints that lead to a discovery of outstanding warrants for Cantor. It remains to be seen if they’re greater offenses than inciting a riot.
The undisputable facts are that a nightclub looked virtually destroyed and a lot of non-famous bystanders got messed up. Not cool.
So regardless of who wins the “started it” title, someone owes these people an apology.