Will the Chris Brown and Drake saga ever end? Not anytime soon, it would seem.
The duo's nightclub fight from last summer has flared up again after the owners of New York's W.i.P, where the feud erupted, took legal action against the musicians last week, TMZ reports.
Execs at Entertainment Enterprises, Ltd., who own W.i.P., reportedly alleged Brown and Drake should be responsible for the injuries basketball player Tony Parker sustained in the fight between two rappers' entourages.
Eva Longoria's ex recently filed a $20 million lawsuit against Entertainment Enterprises, claiming the company should have known about the friction between Brown and Drake, which resulted in Parker being injured.
But, according to TMZ, W.i.P.'s owners think Brown and Drake should pay any damages awarded to Parker because they "contributed to, instigated, participated and/or engaged" in the fight.
Wait, are we still talking about the club brawl? Because the feud between this duo goes back years. Here's a run down of their tiff history:Read More »from New York nightclub sues Drake and Chris Brown over fight: A history of their feud