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Justin Bieber Parties With Drake After Coachella Concert Chokehold

Mon, April 13, 2015 10:47pm EDT by 9 Comments

No bad blood between Justin Bieber and Drake! After Justin was allegedly escorted away from the rapper’s Coachella concert in a chokehold by security, the boys laughed about the incident later!

Justin Bieber, 21, was involved in an altercation right before his friend, Drake, 28, took the stage at Coachella and was violently forced to leave the event, according to a new report. Luckily for Justin, Drake didn’t seem to care about any kind of drama JB may have caused at the on Apr. 12 concert. A source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that the two singers joked about the fiasco later on that same night!

Justin Bieber Removed From Drake Coachella Concert: No Hard Feelings At After Party

Although it’s shocking to see Justin run into trouble so soon after he publicly apologized for his bad boy behavior during The Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber, the Biebs did make sure to tell Drake he was sorry for what went down.

“Justin apologized to Drake for not seeing his set and told him why. They actually laughed and were bro-ing out the whole time,” the source reveals. “Justin then left Drake without letting the incident bother him. He just hung out with girls all night!”

Aww! We love a good bromance…especially one that involves Justin.

“[Justin] actually had a pretty good night all things considered,” the source continues. “He didn’t stress too much about it!”

Will Justin Sue Coachella Security?

While TMZ‘s initial report alleged that Justin planned to press charges against the Coachella security members who put their hands on him, our source says they would be shocked if he took legal action.

“Since he had a pretty good night and didn’t let the drama affect him too much, it’s interesting that he may press charges,” the insider adds.

Tell us what you think HollywoodLifers — are you glad Drake and JB were able to not let the drama affect their friendship?

— Evan Real, Reporting By Russ Weakland