Chris Brown Rumors

In short, Soulja Boy has been wildin’. The rapper has been all over social media due to his beef with Chris Brown and a recent interview where he explains, with unintentional hilarity, a home invasion. Soulja, who refers to guns as “Dracos,” went viral thanks to the #SouljaBoyChallenge and now Lakers swingman Nick Young is crediting the “Kiss Me Thru The Phone” rapper for inspiring L.A.’s play. Young doubled up his scoring average from last year and is currently putting up 14.8 points per night while shooting a career-best 47.7 percent from the field and 44.9 percent from three. Following the Lakers’ 116-102 win over the Grizzlies on Tuesday, Swaggy P credited his hot shooting to the “Draco Soulja effect:”
1 year ago via SLAM
This wasn’t the kind of bottle service NBA star Tony Parker had in mind. The San Antonio Spurs guard (pictured) — injured in the Chris Brown-Drake melee at a SoHo nightclub — filed a $20 million lawsuit against its owners yesterday, saying they should have known better than to let the Rihanna love rivals in at the same time. In papers filed in Manhattan Supreme Court, Parker holds W.i.P.’s owners responsible for the “corneal laceration of the left eye and other injuries” he suffered in the bottle-throwing brawl at the now-shuttered Vandam Street club.
The suit does not name Brown or Drake, who have both dated Rihanna, as defendants, but blames the club for creating the combustible combination. “She’s been known, like Helen of Troy, to cause trouble,” Jaroslawicz said. Sources said Drake, 25, sent Brown, 23, into a rage when his table sent over a note that read, “I am f–king the love of your life.” Brown had just bought the hip-hop star a pricey bottle of champagne, sources said. Drake’s camp maintains the fight was instigated by a member of Brown’s crew. Jaroslawicz said it’s the club’s fault. By selling both camps bottle service, “you’re throwing gasoline on the flames,” he said.