Chris Brown Kept Drake’s “Physical Evidence” As a Fight Keepsake
Posted by Newson 06/15/2012 at 12:50 PM
The Drake/Chris Brown feud, now that it’s an actual feud and not scattered passive-aggressive tweeting, probably won’t go away for a while. While everyone figures out which side is smartest to take between two highly connected, prolific hip-hop artists (and this means everyone; you have to suspect Scooter Braun had a sit-down with R&B aspirant Justin Bieber, for instance), Drake and Brown are going about things the responsible way, the way that involves cooperating with police and not producing much news. Good for the legal process, less good for anyone curious or writing (or both) about it.
So what is new? There’s a photo of Brown’s damaged SUV, photos of some entourage members, and then there’s this tidbit: Chris Brown apparently has “physical evidence” that Drake was involved. What physical evidence could Drake possibly have left at the scene? Well, let’s go back to the most recent Drake profile from GQ, which conveniently has an entire inventory of stuff Drake leaves lying around!
Let’s see here: Sixteen Candles, chintz pillows, statues of naked women, bronze animals. We can rule out the bronze animals, because if those were available in a fight you know someone would’ve conked someone else out. We can also rule out the naked women, because no. We can speculate, then, that there was either a bloody pillowcase or a cracked John Hughes DVD at the scene of the fight, and now Chris Brown has it as a souvenir. That… that is adorable. Enough that we feel we should reiterate one of the other day’s tweets.
Wait what did i miss drake and chris brown are dating now?? #finally
— WAVVES (@wavveswavves) June 14, 2012
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