Following the infamous nightclub brawl, which reportedly took place between Chris Brown, Drake, and their entourages at W.i.P. nightclub in New York City last year, a number of lawsuits were filed against the pair of artists and W.i.P. nightclub. Today (July 22), both Drake and Brown have one less lawsuit to worry about now that a $16 million lawsuit against them has officially been dropped by a New York judge.
According to HotNewHipHop.com, Greenhouse, a nightclub located across the street from W.i.P. filed a lawsuit against the two artists, stating that due to the neighboring location of W.i.P., the brawl resulted in a financial loss.
Despite their claims of financial loss, a judge in the matter ruled that neither Drake nor Brown will have to pay anything to Entertainment Enterprises, the owners of Greenhouse.
The notorious nightclub fight took place a little over a year ago and has resulted in a feud between Drake and Brown that has held strong in the year following the brawl. The fight reportedly occurred over comments made in regards to Rihanna and as a result numerous clubgoers were injured due to the number of bottles thrown during the raucous incident.