Drake, Chris Brown Avoid Charges In Nightclub Altercation
The good news is that Drake and Chris Brown will not be charged for a violent altercation at a New York nightspot over the summer.
Authorities in New York said that Drake and Chris Brown will not be charged with any criminal offenses over the massive brawl that broke out at nightspot W.i.P. in July.
Police said there was “lack of evidence” to charge Drake or Chris Brown, despite the fact that a number of victims have filed lawsuits against the pair, including NBA star Tony Parker.
The bad news for Drake is that he lost his grandmother on Thanksgiving day (November 22).
Drake took to Twitter, where he shared news of his loss with his 9.5 million followers.
“Rest in peace to my grandmother Evelyn Sher. What a day to go…thankful to have had the times we did,” Drake tweeted.
Drake Is currently in the recording studio working on the follow-up to his hit album Take Care.