As the world turns in wrestle mania land, some more info turns up about the escalated Chris Brown and Frank Ocean brawl…
Chris Brown threw the first punch in his brawl with Frank Ocean … after Frank disrespected the singer in front of his boys … an eyewitness tells TMZ.
According to someone who was on scene, Chris lost his cool in the parking lot of the famous Westlake Recording Studios in L.A. Sunday when Frank refused to shake his hand.
We’re told Frank simply laughed at the gesture … and Chris was so pissed he coldcocked Ocean and started an all-out war. As we first reported, Chris denies being the aggressor.
The fight quickly moved to the lobby of the studio … and sources say the brawling posses demolished the place –“They managed to break almost everything in the room and scare all of the staff members working” says the witness.
We’re told the receptionist called 911 … and Chris booked it. As TMZ first reported, Frank stuck around for the cops … and griped about how he felt “blindsided” by Chris.
One last thing — we’re told the parking situation at the recording studio is a serious hierarchy — with the bigger artists taking the better spots … and it’s been that way for years. We’re told Chris clearly felt he deserved the top spot … and Frank disrespected him by taking it for himself.
On the next episode of BET’s Sunday Best, Chris Brown seems to compare himself to Jesus Christ…
Please don’t judge him. Chris Brown has said little about his confrontation with Frank Ocean that occurred outside a recording studio in West Hollywood on Sunday. Instead, the R&B superstar decided to express his emotions through his art.
Breezy painted a picture of Jesus on the cross and wrote, “Painting the way I feel today. Focus on what matters!”
He received plenty of support from Team Breezy on Instagram. “I love this painting! In the times when ur so called fans try to knock u down that just shows u who they really are. Haters gonna hate!!!” wrote one fan, while another added, “Keep your head up Chris!”
**Hopefully, the two talented singers can come to some type of agreement. This has gone a little too far.
Secondly, Chris is definitely a talented artist, when it comes to his artwork – but needs to be very careful when painting something in reference to Jesus Christ.
It’s not something to be played with nor broadcasted in comparison to himself or others.