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The fight which allegedly took place between mega stars Drake and Chris Brown on June 14, 2012 which began over an argument over pop star Rihanna, cost W.i.P. night club to lose its liquor license and get shut down.
However, the club is set to re-open at midnight July 11, 2012. Lucky for the owners, a judge lifted the ban and is allowing the venue to sell liquor again. Still there’s a lot of flack from the brawl. NBA star, Tony Parker has filed a $20 million dollar lawsuit against W.i.P. Mr. Parker claims he was caused to suffer lacerations to his eye by the shards of broken glass.
You’ll recall that on the night of June 14, 2012, Chris Brown sent a bottle of champagne over to Drake’s table as a gesture of peace. Drake sent the bottle back with a note, “I’m still f*****g Rhianna.” After that, all h**l broke loose. It’s alleged that bottles were being smashed over patrons’ heads. Chris Brown came away from the melee badly cut on his chin. Eight other people were injured as well.
The aftermath of the melee brought unwanted attention to the club’s manager, Jonathon Canter, who was subsequently taken into police custody based on outstanding warrants which were unrelated to the melee.
Since W.i.P. has acquired a bad reputation, it’s willing to go to any lengths to ensure the safety of patrons. But what will that entail? Being frisked? Using electrical devices to ferret weapons?
In a statement, W.i.P.’s club owner said, “When we reopen our doors, we will be focused on providing a safe and fun atmosphere for our customers. To that end, we are enhancing our security.”
Stories are circulating that Rihanna is at the center of a love triangle involving Drake and Chris Brown, but each camp denies it. Brown’s representative vehemently denies his involvement in the violent incident and vows to cooperate with authorities. No criminal charges have been filed against either party.
W.i.P is scheduled to open at midnight on July 11, 2012.