Sources Say Meek Mill Hit Chris Brown With Bottle
“Drake did not participate in any wrongdoing of any kind last night at WIP,” a rep for Drizzy told TMZ. “He was on his way out of the club when the altercation began.”
However, sources tell TMZ that it was another rapper who hit Brown with a bottle—Meek Mill.
According to sources who spoke to TMZ, Meek—who’s currently on Drake’s Club Paradise Tour and was hanging with Drizzy at the club last night—began trash talking with Breezy.
The sources told TMZ that the arguing escalated and climaxed with Meek hitting Brown with a bottle. The sources add that the argument was not over Rihanna.
Of course, Rihanna was Brown’s ex-girlfriend and Drake was reported to have a one-time relationship with her as well. Most recently, Meek was rumored to have a fling with Rihanna, too. In fact, the three artists engaged in a noted Twitter war over Rihanna just late last month.
After the brawl, which left five people, including Brown and a man believed to be from his entourage, injured, Breezy took to his Twitter to blast his assailants.
“How u party wit a rich nigga that hate? Lol…. Throwing bottles like girls #shameonya!” Breezy tweeted, seemingly unfazed by the entire incident. “Niggas is pussy! Bottles? It’s nothing! Lol Niggas throwing bottles! Y’all niggaz weak!
“And I’m the singer?” Brown continued in a Twitter rant he later deleted. “Niggas hiding in the bathroom bitch ass niggas! Ok! Niggas standing behind security!!!! Ok! U don’t pay them enough! Niggas throwing bottles! Y’all niggaz weak!”
Seemingly in response, Meek simply tweeted: “It wasn’t me…. (shaggy voice) lol.”
The NYPD wouldn’t confirm that Drizzy, Meek and Breezy were involved, but they did tell XXLMag.com that arrests are still possible.
“It’s still under investigation,” NYPD spokesperson Sgt. Rodriguez told XXLMag.com. “We’re not confirming any names, we’re not saying who was involved because nobody has been arrested and we wouldn’t give out the victims names. Pending on what the investigation comes up with, there may be arrests, there may not be arrests.”—Mark Lelinwalla