Chris Brown is not winning over any new fans as fallout from his fight with fellow R&B singer Frank Ocean continues to settle. The Drop.fm reported new details yesterday in the brawl between 23 year-old Chris Brown and Ocean in a West Hollywood record studio parking lot last Sunday. Frank Ocean’s producer Michael Uzowuru claims Brown was the aggressor in the altercation. NBA player Tony Parker has just filed new legal docs in his lawsuit, claiming Chris Brown's blowout with Frank Ocean is proof he's unfit to socialize in places where he's likely to fly off the handle, according to TMZ today. Also DJ Goldierocks called him a “revolting human being” on the new e.Music show.
Uzowuru wrote on his blog that the fight between Frank Ocean, 25, and Chris Brown was in fact over a parking space. It seems Brown had parked his orange Lamborghini in Ocean’s spot, and upon being called out to move it, he and two other men jumped Frank.
One unidentified Brown cohort slammed Ocean into a display case where glass sliced his finger. Frank was pinned up against a wall and, “Chris was trying to beat the living ‘s**t’ out of [him]”, wrote Uzowuru.
In the end, Uzowuru screamed for everyone to stop, which they did. The producer finished his blog post saying, “I don’t know what type of demons Chris is facing, but I hope he clears them all and finds a new life rooted in love and light”.
Despite being attacked by Brown and his entourage, Ocean decided not to pursue criminal charges against him. Perhaps this was due to the timing of the Grammy Awards this coming Sunday night where both singers are nominated, and Frank is slated to perform.
NBA star Tony Parker seized upon Chris Brown’s actions to bolster his lawsuit against club W.i.P. in Manhattan, according to TMZ. That melee back in June 2012 between Brown, rapper Drake and their respective entourages, resulted in an injury to Parker's eye.
Parker is suing the nightclub for $20 million in damages. Now armed with this latest act of violence on Chris’ part, Tony is using the evidence to show, “proof he's unfit to socialize in places where he's likely to fly off the handle”.
Parker’s legal documents also refer to Chris Brown’s infamous beating of girlfriend Rihanna back in 2009 as reasons why the club should have known better than to allow Brown to gain admission on that night.
Meanwhile on the all-new e.Music show, British TV host and DJ Goldierocks didn’t hold back any when she opined over the troubled Brown’s most recent actions saying, “I just think he's a revolting human being basically.
“I really, really struggle to understand why our culture [and] society on a global scale accepts him as an artist, accepts him as a public figure. I just think he should be made an example of, really.”
On the topic of his rekindled romance with Rihanna, she added, “If you choose to accept that kind of behaviour then you're asking for problems”.