Chris Brown and Frank Ocean Get Into Alleged Brawl at Los Angeles Studio

Duo supposedly duke it out after Channel Orange singer confronts Breezy in parking lot

By Bruna Nessif, Alexis L. Loinaz Jan 28, 2013 5:00 PMTags
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Looks like Drake has been replaced as Chris Brown's brawling partner.

The "Nobody's Business" singer purportedly got into a fight with Frank Ocean Sunday at a recording studio in Los Angeles, with Ocean taking to Twitter to share his version of events and the alleged injuries he sustained.

"Got jumped by chris and a couple guys. Lol," he claimed, adding, "cut my finger now I can't play w two hands at the grammys."

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department confirms to E! News that Breezy is currently being investigated for allegedly assaulting someone on Sunday, but has not disclosed the victim's identity.

Police reportedly responded to a call alerting them to an altercation between six men at a location along Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood.

Officers subsequently spoke with witnesses at the scene, who claim that the dustup stemmed from a scuffle over a parking space and that Brown allegedly punched the victim in question.

The fisticuffs supposedly ended after the brawling groups were separated, and Brown & Co. reportedly split before police arrived.

No arrests were made, and an investigation is currently under way.

Per published reports, Brown was supposedly at the studio listening to an artist he represents, and upon leaving, ran into Ocean in the parking lot, who didn't seem too pleased to see Brown there.

Sources, however, tell E! News that Ocean allegedly instigated the fight and wouldn't let Brown leave the studio without a confrontation.

"It's easy to just assume Chris started this, but it's absolutely not the case," a source explains, claiming that Breezy wasn't looking for dustup

Guess Breezy's feud with Ocean is far from over, despite trying to make nice on Twitter after Ocean came out as a gay man. So much for bygones.

(Originally published on Jan. 28, 2013, at 4:25 a.m. PT.)