It's all kicking off again between Chris Brown and Drake after the singer is reportedly using his new collaboration with The Game, 'Celebration', to diss the rapper following their recent New York bar brawl.
The pair have been throwing insults at each other over the past few months after Drake hit out at Chris on a collaboration with the late Aaliyah, in which he raps: “If I take you out of the picture/I know real real gon’ miss ya/No lie, no lie, no lie-ee-i-ee-i/No lie, no lie, no lie-ee-i-ee-i.”
Quick off the mark, Brown has used Drake's own lyrics on the new Game track, as he says, “And if you wanna roll, have the best night of your life, no lie, no lie/Me and you together girl I’m celebrating you tonight.”
However, according to reports Chris Brown and Drake are apparently 'cool', following their recent bust up in a night club, reportedly over their ex girlfriend Rihanna.
Following the pair's bar brawl back on July 14 at NYC club W.i.P, it seems like the tension between them may have lasted a lifetime.
It seems that Chris has decided to 'let the fight go.' A source close to Chris has told Hollywoodlife that the fight was left on the bar floor...
“That situation already been handled and Chris [has] no beef with [Drake.] We don’t think about [him.] Drake who? That club s*** was what it was and Chris left that baggage back where it happened,” the source says.
And after the recent confirmation that Chris WILL NOT be attending this year's MTV Video Music Awards, it seems like the cancellation was a bid to keep Chris and Drake from being in any kind of 'same room' awkward situation.
However, it seems that if Rihanna has anything to do with Chris Brown's appearance at the music-filled event, he WILL be there.
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