Frank Ocean told police that Chris Brown threatened to shoot him, when the two artists were involved in an all-out-brawl on Jan. 27 at Westlake Studios in Los Angeles, Ca., HollywoodLife.com has learned.
Frank Ocean has decided not to press charges against Chris Brown, pertaining to a fight they were allegedly involved in with each other on Jan. 27. We’re told that Breezy appreciates and respects Frank’s decision.
Rihanna is making sure her man Chris Brown isn’t in pain because on Jan. 29, HollywoodLife.com exclusively learned the 24-year-old Unapologetic artist called Breezy to check in on him after hearing that he may have broken his right hand while scuffling with Frank Ocean.
Chris Brown is telling everyone he’s “innocent” and did nothing wrong on the night of Jan. 27, when the controversial 23-year-old R&B star was involved in a brawl with artist Frank Ocean, HollywoodLife.com is exclusively reporting.
Chris Brown better start talking! HollywoodLife.com spoke with Steve Whitmore, the spokesperson for the LASD about the on-going investigation between Chris and Frank Ocean. The singer, who was just spotted out wearing a cast after the Jan. 27 fight, despite claiming to have never thrown a punch in the Frank Ocean fight, is working with police.
The plot thickens in the Frank Ocean and Chris Brown brawl story! The rival musicians fought outside of Westlake Studios in Los Angeles on Jan. 27, and reports from both camps have been pouring in, attempting to assign blame to each other. HollywoodLife.com previously reported that Chris allegedly punched Frank, but a new report says that Chris is denying punching anyone, saying that he is chomping at the bit to talk to the cops.
Remember all those Bible stories where Jesus tells his followers to go out and attack people? We don’t either, which is why it’s more than a little puzzling why Chris Brown would post a painting of Jesus on Jan. 28, saying, “Painting the way I feel today,” shortly after his highly publicized brawl with singer Frank Ocean. He also tweeted, “Focus on what matters,” which is exactly what we’re doing: focusing on Chris’ history of violence.