G-Unit leader 50 Cent recently weighed in on the alleged rift between Drake and Chris Brown just over a week after their publicized New York City club dispute and said Breezy is likely the better fighter.
Asked to pick sides, 50 said Drake would likely fall victim to Brown's swift moves in a one-on-one match.
I'd take Chris," he told Bay Area station KMEL. "I guess it's 'cause of all the physical things with dancin' and movin'. He be slippin' and movin'. I don't see Drake doing that. Chris be havin' his shirt off. He got one of them MMA fighter looks. Like he might have did karate when he was a kid. He kickin', doin' splits and stuff. This could really get interesting." (KMEL)
A few days ago, Bad Boy Records' Machine Gun Kelly co-signed the alleged violent club encounter.
"I think that's the beauty of like a real rapper," Kelly said in an interview. "You're like, "Yo, this guy says it, and he lives it." That's what makes it sweet -- When people ask me about the Drake and Chris Brown thing, I'm like, 'Yo, that's the coolest thing that happened in hip-hop for a long time. Thank you for fighting.' You know what I mean? No one ever does that anymore; that's so wack; that's so ridiculous, man. So ridiculous. They ask me how does that feel; I'm like, 'That's the coolest thing ever, man.'" (Hot 97)
Last weekend, Cash Money's Birdman defended Drake in light of the fight accusations.
"Well, to me, I think n---as got Drake twisted. A lot of n---as be playin', pitty-pattin' with Drake. I don't like that sh--, period," Birdman said to us in an exclusive interview. "Drake is one of us, so if you f---in' with Drake, you f---in' with us, period!" Birdman wasn't in attendance when the fight broke out at W.I.P. in NYC, but firmly believes the Take Care MC did nothing wrong. Drake alleges he wasn't involved in the melee, which left a number of people injured including one of Brown's bodyguards and NBA player Tony Parker. "To me, Drizzy ain't did nothin' wrong, he ain't done nothin' wrong to nobody. He just doin' great music," Bird said in defense of his artist. "He's not a reckless guy out there just wildin' out; he's a humble kid makin' great music." (MTV)
Recently, West Coast rapper Game vouched for both Drizzy and Breezy and said they needed to call a truce.
The Game knows a thing or two about celebrity feuds ... and last night, the rapper had some advice for Chris Brown and Drake -- squash that beef, ASAP. Game was leaving Roxbury nightclub in Hollywood when we asked about the bottle-throwing brawl in NYC. "Chris Brown is like my little brother, man ... and Drake is a cool dude ... they just need to cut that out. It ain't worth it." Game should know ... he famously feuded with 50 Cent and G-Unit for years. But the rapper says he's not in any hurry to help broker a peace treaty between his two friends -- telling us, "I'm gonna stay out of their beef ... it's for the birds." (TMZ)
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