This past weekend, “Young Money” rapper Drake was spotted having a ball with his friends (Courtne, Ryan, and Shay) in Muskoka located in Central Ontario, Canada.
According to reports:
“Greenhouse is adjacent to W.i.P nightclub — where Chris and Drake’s entourages got into a massive bottle-throwing brawl last June — and EE said their reputation took a massive hit following the ordeal because of its proximity to Greenhouse. EE said the brawl cost them a lot of money.
Drake responded to the lawsuit, saying it wasn’t his problem — because he can’t control how the media reported the incident — and this week, the judge in the case took his side.
The judge said Drake and Chris had no duty to the club to behave — especially because their brawl didn’t even occur on Greenhouse’s premises — and while nightclub brawls are unfortunate, they’re not uncommon … which means EE can’t just sue whenever a fight happens.
And what better way to celebrate a victorious lawsuit win than with close friends while watching the sun set.
Also, down in L.A, Breezy was busy doing Charity work in Campenella Park in Compton and even gave a 1,000 at-risk kids free shoes.
Growing up in the “hood,” Chris says, connects him to many of those faces he sees in Compton. He says he believes it’s his “duty” to give back to those less fortunate.
“I grew up as one of those kids who was brought up in gangs and had to be one of the bad kids so to speak,” Chris, 24, tells HollywoodLife.com exclusively. “Being able to see the looks on these kid’s faces,” Chris says as he begins to get choked up, “it’s just about uplifting and bringing everybody together.