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Chris Brown Bar Brawl: Drake Speaks Out for the First Time at NY Show

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And the fallout continues.

Drake is breaking his silence about his alleged involvement  in a violent bar brawl with Chris  Brown last week that left several people injured, massive property  damage and lots of unanswered questions.

The Take Care rapper took the stage at Jones Beach in Long Island,  N.Y., on Saturday, where he alluded to last Thursday’s events at W.i.P.  nightclub linking him and his entourage to the bottle-bashing melee.

Per the New York Daily News, the rapper hit the stage Saturday and said, “When I woke up this morning, I had to think about a lot of things. But the only thing I gave a f–k about was that I was in New York City tonight.”

Later during the show, he quipped, “It’s last call and you’re really too  drunk to give a f–k.”

But he was far from finished with his tirade: “A n—er in the corner is  standing there looking at you funny,” he added. “You bump elbows with him on the  way to the bathroom, but really there’s only one n—er that you got to think  about.”

Until now, the rapper has remained largely silent, issuing a statement  through his rep last week that denied any involvement in the fracas: “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.”

The club itself was shut down on Saturday by law-enforcement officials, who  cited a litany of previous violations that culminated in Thursday’s notorious  brawl.

“The owners would agree to the closing by NYPD for up to 235 days if  additional assaults and other violations of the agreement occurred,” an NYPD  spokesman told E! News.

The club’s manager, Jonathan Cantor, was also arrested on Friday on two outstanding warrants stemming from  noise complaints over the West Village club.

Brown and Drake, and the respective entourages, were allegedly involved in  the brutal brawl early Thursday morning, which left a sea of  shattered glass at the club and sent several bystanders to the hospital.

Brown himself suffered a nasty gash on his chin, but his camp shot down reports that  Breezy sent a bottle of champagne to Drake’s table as a peace  offering for the two’s reported rivalry over Rihanna,  whom they both dated.

 

 

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