The media is looking like egg on its face today after rumors circulated that Drake would be arrested after his concert at Jones Beach New York in Wantag. The rapper has made a statement following the incident between Chris Brown and Drake at the Andy Warhol inspired W.I.P Club in SoHo that he did not participate in the incident and was on his way out of the club.
Drake referred to the incident 2 times during his Long Island Concert while police were present by stating,
”“When I woke up this morning, I had to think about a lot of things,” Drake said onstage. “But the only thing I gave a f— about was that I was in New York City tonight.”
Drake’s 1st statement received overwhelming cheers from his fans, so he made another statement after several songs as such,
“It’s last call and you’re really too drunk to give a f—…. A n—- in the corner is standing there looking at you funny. You bump elbows with him on the way to the bathroom, but really there’s only one n—- that you got to think about.”
Drake is part jewish and so he refers to himself as a n— at the concert and may have implicated himself by hinting the incident was sparked by Chris Brown’s gestures, mannerisms and over all STARES at him, and perhaps why the bottle was returned to Chris Brown who may have looked calm and serene by sending a bottle of expensive wine to Drake’s side of the VIP lounge, but clearly disturbed over Drake openly hinting that he had an affair with Rihanna via Twitter during a cross conversation with also, rapper Meek Mill.
Anger may have consumed both Drake, Meek Mill and Chris Brown who industry insiders have speculated Rihanna dumped all of them even after collaborating with Drake on Take Care Track and Chris Brown on ‘Birthday Cake’ Track which is selling more digital downloads than his rival, Drake. Now witnesses have come forward that Drake did send a note to Chris Brown indicating he had an affair with Rihanna and to get over it.
It’s hard to trust any nice gestures from any camp, so it appears their entourages took sides resulting in several injuries of bystanders. The question is should the artists be held accountable for their gestures, mannerisms, notes and actions toward one another or the nightclub for permitting bottles to be served by patrons to unruly VIP entourages? Media will be actively awaiting the outcome, but no arrest was made at the Long Island concert as New York Post reported would happen post concert.