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June 15, 2012  | by: Anissa Pierre

Picture tweeted by Chris Brown after altercation

It’s official! Drake and Chris Brown have beef and it may be because of Rihanna. Late Wednesday night, NYPD received a call complaining of disorderly conduct at WIP Night club in New York City. This morning, NYPD confirmed that Chris Brown and Drake, and their crews, got into an altercation where they threw bottles of alcohol at each other.

When NYPD arrived onto the scene Brown and Graham had already left, but the damage left behind and the tweets from the celeb’s twitter accounts confirm the story. Several versions of the incident have surfaced, one being that the incident started when Brown sent a bottle of champagne over to Drake’s table.The story continues, adding that Drake then had the bottle sent back to Brown with a note reading “I’m still f-cking Rihanna,” which set the spark to the already tense situation.

However it started, it ended with a wrecked club and five people going to the hospital due to lacerations.

Brown, who took a blow to the face either from a fist or a bottle, later tweeted “How you party wit rich n-ggas that hate? Lol…throwing bottles like girls? #shameonya!”  with the picture above. The tweet has since been removed, but the story continues to be investigated.

Clearly emotion run high between the two. Do you think the beef can be squashed?

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