It seems like only yesterday, Chris Brown got into a rumble with rapper Drake and now the crooner has reportedly followed that up with an incident involving Frank Ocean.
Although Chris may be the one with the bad boy image, Frank is credited with initiated the drama, according to TMZ.
The melee reportedly started Sunday night when the two happened upon one another at a music studio in L.A. Chris was leaving and Frank, who was apparently feeling territorial, was just arriving.
The Channel Orange artist confronted Chris, staking claim to the studio and a parking spot. Frank and his entourage blocked the exit, so Breezy was unable to leave.
“This is my studio. This is my parking spot,” Frank said, according to a TMZ source.
Chris reportedly extended his hand to Frank in a sign of peace, but a member of Frank’s entourage apparently interpreted the gesture as a sign of aggression and attacked Chris.
However, Frank’s tweets suggested that he felt like he was the victim.
“got jumped by chris and a couple guys. lol. I only wish Everest was there,” Frank wrote. Everest is Frank’s dog.
It’s not clear who called the authorities, but police arrived on the scene and put an end to the madness around 10:45 p.m., according to TMZ. No charges have been filed against either singer or any member of their entourages.
This isn’t the first time Chris and Frank have rubbed one another the wrong way. In 2011, Chris posted a comment to his Twitter wall and Frank apparently took it personally.
“I f— with Frank Ocean! Reminds me of a young James Fauntleroy or Kevin Cossum,” wrote Chris referring to two popular songwriters.
Frank responded with: Chris “reminds me of a young sisqo or ike turner,” comparing the singer to two artists known for domestic violence.
Chris hasn’t directly addressed the incident, but the singer made it clear that he’s focused on his art, not any drama.
“Working on my album. Not working on negativity. Focus on feeding ya family. Bull$h!t will forever be in the shadows,” wrote Chris via Instagram.
—Tracy L. Scott
What’s your take? Was Frank the victim, or was Chris the victim? Should charges be brought against either artist? Leave your comments below.