Chris Brown and Drake Allegedly Fight Over Rihanna Inside New York City Afterhours Club

Chris Brown says that when you "party [with] a rich nigga that hate," bottles get thrown and chins get busted open.

According to TMZ, Team Breezy and rapper Drake's entourage allegedly got into an afterhours scuffle at a New York City club last night. It was a bottle-throwing bout that seemingly ended in a draw.

Meanwhile, Media Takeout reports that the pop-hop fisticuff was over the Barbadian beauty who Brown beat on the night before the 2009 Grammy Awards, Rihanna. A message in a bottle suggests that Ri-Ri is Drizzy's woman now. And Brown's livid.

From Media Takeout:

According to MULTIPLE MediaTakeOut.com snitches inside, Chris and Drake have had a DIFFICULT relationship since three years ago - when Rihanna CHEATED on Chris, with Drake. Chris has HELD A GRUDGE against Drake for years.

Well last night at WIP, we're told that Chris reportedly sent over a bottle of champagne to Drake's table, as a sort of peace offering. We're not sure WHAT happened next, but we're hearing UNCONFIRMED REPORTS that Drake sent the bottle back to Chris with a message to the effect of - "I'm f*ckng the love of your life [Rihanna], deal with it."

Obviously, Drizzy's alleged message to Brown, "I'm fuckng the love of your life, deal with it," really pissed the 23-year-old hothead off, sending the convicted woman-beater into a rage.

Brown reportedly confronted Drake. But he was blindsided with a bottle to the face shortly thereafter. Cops were quickly called to the scene but both artists managed to leave the club before the authorities arrived.

Damage, however, had already been done.

The impact of the bottle opened a nasty cut on Brown's chin, though his injury was far less severe than Rihanna's on the night he proved to be one of music's biggest scumbags.

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