Chris Brown and Drake will not face criminal charges after their night brawl at New York’s W.I.P club earlier this year in June.
The New York Police Department have said due to lack of evidence they cannot charge either Brown or Drake.
Though Brown and Drake won’t be facing any criminal charges, civil lawsuits have been filed against the participants and the club.
W.i.P has sued Brown and Drake for $16 million. According to W.i.P.’s lawsuit against the two artists, they said: “Each ordered his security personnel, bodyguards, friends and entourage to join the fight, which erupted into a violent brawl on a massive scale.
The two singers and their entourages were involved in a fight in W.i.P which reportedly was over Rihanna who has dated them both. Several innocent bystanders were caught in the fight and injured.
According to TMZ, the investigation came to a decision that Brown, Drake and their entourages won’t be charged with criminal charges:
“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.”
Drake’s lawyer Blair Berk has said: “Drake was never even a suspect so it’s no surprise.”
It is believed that Chris sent a bottle of champagne to Drake as a sign of truce but it was returned with a note reading,
‘I’m f*****g the love of your life, deal with it.’
The note is said to have angered Chris, resulting a fight with the Young Money rapper who the allegedly threw a punch at Chris first.