Drake And Chris Brown Avoid Charges In Club Altercation
The holidays brought some good news for both Drake and Chris Brown. The two artists learned that they will not face any charges for the now infamous bottle throwing brawl that went down at Club W.I.P. earlier this year.
Despite all the lawsuits, from innocent club goers including NBA baller Tony Parker, authorities in New York said that Drake and Chris Brown will not be charged. The main reason why they are avoiding any criminal offenses is do to a "lack of evidence".
This is especially good news for Chris beings that he's three years into his five years of probation for the 2009 assault against Rihanna. The last thing he needed was new charges of any kind. However, Drake"s reception of the news was bitter sweet because he lost his grandmother on Thanksgiving day.
While most of us were surrounded by our family and friends, enjoying all our favorite Thanksgiving meals, Drake was dealing with the loss of his grandmother. He was extremely close to her and so this going to be a very difficult time for him. Our heartfelt prayers and condolences go out to him and his family.
Drake took to Twitter, where he shared news of his loss with his 9.5 million followers and tweeted.
“Rest in peace to my grandmother Evelyn Sher. What a day to go…thankful to have had the times we did,” Drake tweeted.