Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 23 April 2014

Brown ignoring negativity

Chris Brown

Chris Brown has brushed off his Sunday night brawl with Frank Ocean.

The musicians reportedly got into a fight over a parking space outside of Westlake Recording Studios in Los Angeles.

Police were called to the scene where six men were apparently fighting after their entourages got involved.

A source told Radar Online the altercation "allegedly led to Chris Brown punching the victim", believed to be Frank.

Chris took to Instagram shortly after but refused to address the alleged incident.

Instead he posted a picture of himself in a music studio with a group of five friends, insisting he was focused on positivity.

"Working on my album. Not working on negativity. Focus on feeding ya family. Bulls**t will forever be in the shadows," he wrote.

Chris later posted another image of himself in the studio.

The singer is pictured in jeans in a T-shirt, sitting in a chair and appearing deep in thought.

"working hard," he wrote.

The Kiss Kiss singer is reportedly being investigated on assault charges.

Although the victim has not been named, Frank took to Twitter on Sunday night, writing: "got jumped by chris and a couple guys. lol. i only wish everest was there. cut my finger now I can't play w two hands at the grammys. (sic)"

No arrests have been made.

Chris is notorious for his brushes with the law - most notably for his assault on then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009 on the eve of the Grammy Awards. He was sentenced to five years probation and six months of community service.

Last year the singer was involved in a bar brawl with rapper Drake in a New York City nightclub, with his attorney claiming Drake was the instigator.

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