Drake Chris Brown Fight Club Loses Liquor License
There is even more fallout from the New York City nightclub brawl reportedly linked to members of Drake and Chris Brown’s camps.
The “New York Daily News” says the New York State Liquor Authority has yanked W.i.P.’s liquor license and written up the club for several violations. W.i.P.’s affiliated club, Greenhouse, is also facing violations.
The agency said in a press release that it would not tolerate “violent bars that break the law.”
Including the June 14th disturbance that resulted in several injuries at W.i.P., the State Liquor Authority cites ten separate assaults and altercations at both W.i.P. and Greenhouse in recent months. NBA star Tony Parker, who was present at the most recent brawl, has filed a 20-million-dollars lawsuit against W.i.P. after suffering a cut in his left eye. While no arrests have been made in the incident, police are still investigating. Drake and Brown both deny any wrongdoing.
Meantime, a boxing promoter is encouraging the rapper and the singer to hash out any alleged differences in the boxing ring. Damon Feldman is reportedly offering up a one-million-dollar purse to Drake and Brown to duke it out with oversize boxing gloves and headgear in three-minute rounds.