Chris Brown Punches Frank Ocean Over Parking Spot

It'd been a while since Chris Brown acted up. But it's Grammy season, and that means Breezy's in fight mode!

According to TMZ, Brown allegedly "jumped" R&B crooner Frank Ocean last night outside of Westlake Studio in Los Angeles after the Grammy-nominated Odd Future crewman reportedly blocked Breezy from exiting the parking lot.

"Got jumped by Chris and a couple guys," Ocean tweeted. "I only wish Everest was there."

(Everest is Ocean's Bernese mountain dog).

Instead, Ocean had to fend for himself sans canine protection, resulting in a Chris Brown knuckle sandwich and a visit to the sheriff's office.

UPDATE Chris Brown turns to Jesus while Frank Ocean wants to press charges.

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Huffington Post reports that a total of six men were involved in the altercation that "allegedly led to Chris Brown punching the victim," according to police.

But details are still sparse.

We know that Ocean spoke with authorities last night, and the Grammy-nominated artist suffered minor injuries.

"Cut my finger," he tweeted. "Now I can't play [with] two hands at the Grammy's."

In contrast, Brown, who fled the scene before police arrived, has yet to comment on last night's incident.

Though no charges were filed, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department says it will continue to investigate and hope to speak with Team Breezy in the near future.

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