Drake, Chris Brown, Instagram


From nightclub brawls to BFFs?!

Chris Brown and Drake, who have famously feuded in the past, have seemingly buried their beef (again), as evidenced by a friendly photo of the pair working in the studio together, which has surfaced on Instagram—and instantly caused a social media stir.

While the origin of the shot is unclear, the two are seen hanging with a few pals in the recording studio, and Brown appears to be singing as Drake listens intently to the music. The pair seems to be working closely and shows no signs of any animosity, proving the two have come a long way since they were allegedly involved in a violent bar brawl, reportedly over Rihanna, back in June 2012 at the W.i.P nightclub in NYC.

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As for Drizzy's reaction to the pic, which has instantly set the Internet ablaze?

"I'd rather not comment on it," the 27-year-old hottie stated today during a media conference call for the 22nd annual ESPYS, which he will host on Wednesday, July 16.


This isn't the first time the pair has been spotted in the studio together. They previously made headlines for their friendly reunion back in October 2013 just four months after Drake opened up to GQ and called their feud "embarrassing."

Although the erstwhile Degrassi star chose to remain mum when it came to the topic of his rumored collaboration with Breezy, the Toronto-native didn't stay so tight-lipped when his relationship status was addressed.

After one reported suggested that the rapper has a lot to write about now he's "a bachelor again" following his reported split with Rihanna, the hitmaker laughed before clarifying, "Well, um, actually, my status hasn't changed, just to clear that up, you know, I've always just been out here coasting."

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Coasting, eh?

Regardless of the rapper's relationship status, Drake will undoubtedly be bringing the laughs when he takes the stage next week at the Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE, where he's "excited" to be incorporating some of his signature impressions made famous during his successful hosting gig on SNL.

But most importantly, will Drizzy's famous lint roller be making a cameo?

"Maybe I should, I should bring it out on stage...but I think I'll be lint-free that night, I think I have a stylist with me."

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