Chris Brown, Drake, Meek Mill

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Meek Mill isn't staying meek or mum.

The rapper is speaking out about last week's notorious bar brawl allegedly involving Chris Brown and Drake that ransacked a New York club and sent several hapless bystanders to the hospital.

The move comes amid heated speculation that Mill was seriously embroiled in the scuffle, with several reports claiming that he jumped into the fray.

But what does he say actually went down?

"Chris and Drake, them two was there but it's other people that be around that take s--t to the next level," the rapper tells XXL magazine.

Mill maintains that neither Brown nor Drake got involved, and that others in the club instigated the bottle-smashing fracas.

"Things just happen in the club," he adds. "I seen girls in there throwing bottles, all types of shit. All types of people. I never seen Chris Brown or Drake throw a bottle and I was there."

As for whether he himself flung a bottle? "F--k no."

He also claims to have smoothed things out with Brown afterward and shoots down any talk of rivalry between Breezy and Drake.

"What [Brown] tweeted was just that me and Meek Mill ain't got no problem...I talked to him immediately after that, on the phone afterwards, like immediately, like, ‘There's nothing there,'" he says. "Things get out of hand that don't mean it's out of hand with me and him or whoever, not even him and Drake."

The fallout from the brawl, however, hasn't let up: The club itself was shut down over the weekend, and a new victim has come forward claiming she suffered two gashes that needed 12 stitches and is threatening legal action.

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