Drake may have brutally slammed Karrueche Tran in a diss track against her ex, Chris Brown, but those hurt feelings are all in the past. Karrueche and Drake were spotted getting cozy at an LA club, chatting the night away. About what? Chris Brown?
Talk about an awkward run-in! Drake, 28, was out for a hot night at Mr. Nice Guy in West Hollywood on Friday, October 16, when he stumbled right upon Karrueche Tran, 27 — the girl he famously dissed in “Live From The Gutter.” Rather than a confrontation, the twosome got cozy and chatted it up. Let bygones be bygones?
“[Drake] swung by [Karrueche’s] table and said hi, and they had a nice catch up conversation,” a source told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. “Nothing more, nothing less.”
Maybe he gave her an apology while they were mingling? “Live From The Gutter,” Drake’s famous epic diss track against Chris Brown, 26, had a particularly pointed line about Karrueche that did not go over well: “This is for my n—-s on that bulls–t and that nonsense. This is for my dawgs that go Karrueche with the chopsticks.”
It was an unacceptable (pretty racist) dig at Karrueche that was totally unwarranted. But apparently, she’s over the diss track and is totally okay with Drake now. Maybe their mutual hatred for Chris bonded them together?
After Drake’s track off his What A Time To Be Alive mixtape dropped in September 2015, Chris angrily told Drake off on social media. “I’m too blessed for the bulls–t. People who have had to sit and watch me for years do me and watch their females actually love me always show their insecurities,” he wrote.
No mention of Karrueche in his defense, though. Although she split with Breezy in early 2015, right after it was revealed that he fathered a child with another woman, Drakes knows that Chris still deeply loves Karrueche, and going after her was an easy target to get his feathers ruffled. We’re glad that she seems not to mind!
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— Samantha Wilson, Reporting by Russ Weakland