Rihanna Gets New Tattoo As More Details of Chris Brown / Drake Altercation Surface
Rihanna spent Father's Day with her grandfather and got a new tattoo in New York City, but was tight-lipped about the feud between her current beau, Drake and former flame, Chris Brown. INSIDE EDITION has the latest.
It was a Father's Day outing for Rihanna. She headed to Brooklyn to visit her grandfather, as police investigate that nightclub brawl involving her love rivals Chris Brown and Drake.
Rihanna handed off her pocketbook to a burly bodyguard as she stepped out of an SUV, but was tight-lipped about the brawl making international headlines.
Rihanna also got a new tattoo over the weekend on her ankle. It's a falcon, inked at Bang Bang Tattoos in Manhattan. Lots of her Twitter followers said it looks like a gun.
She also posted a cryptic tweet that seemed directed at her feuding love rivals, saying, "Think through situations, rather than acting on impulse."
All the attention drawn to the nightclub where the battle erupted has now resulted in the night spot being shut down by New York City authorities.
The club, W.I.P., or Work In Progress, was closed indefinitely because of fire code and liquor law violations.
Meanwhile, Brown's lawyer, Mark Geragos said he has turned over evidence to cops that, "Clearly demonstrates that it is Drake who instigated all of this."
Drake denies any wrongdoing.
At least seven people suffered injuries during the bottle-throwing melee. A financial planner, Eva Longoria's ex-Tony Parker, a tourist from Australia, a model who needed staples in a head wound, a club-goer who sustained a nasty gash on his neck, Brown's bodyguard, and Brown's current girlfriend, who suffered a concussion.
Drake took to the stage this weekend at Jones Beach on Long Island and seemed to be talking about the melee in a profanity-laced rant.
"You were having a good night so far, you had a couple drinks, and then the [expletive] corner start looking at you funny and you feel a [expletive] way about it. And then someone going to the bathroom bumps you with their elbow and you like ‘What the [expletive],'" said Drake.
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