Chris Brown remembers the beef with Drake over Rihanna and is happy to have settled with the rapper

Chris Brown is taking a trip down memory lane.

More than a decade since his infamous feud with Drakethe singer revisited his past, which began with his mutual love interest in the singer Rihanna. In 2012, things took a turn for the worse after a fight between the two and their entourage in a New York nightclub. When asked about the feud during an interview with “Drink Champs,” Chris played down their involvement and was happy to work out any differences with the rapper.

“This wasn’t even between him and me to be real, we weren’t even close to each other when the shit happened. It was just a bunch of extra commotion…, ‘Hey bro, meet me outside.’ It was never that,’” he said, according to REVOLT. “It was just a misunderstanding on both sides. I won’t go into too much detail, but we’re cool,” Chris added. “It was fun. When we actually sat down and talked about it afterwards, I was like, ‘What the hell were we doing?’”

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They finally ended the beef and reunited on stage during Drake’s “Aubrey and the Three Migos” tour in October 2018 before releasing their hit collaboration “No Guidance” the following year. “I think only a few years have passed. He actually had a show here, he brought me to the show,” recalled Chris. “A lot of us have mutual friends, so ‘Hey bro, they wanna settle, they wanna talk.’ So when I picked up the phone, it was cool. My thing is… If it’s not impacting me directly, I don’t care.”

Chris admits that tensions were high at one point, but he’s grateful they were able to move on. “I’m glad we got through it because it was a moment when I wanted to beat him up, but we got through it.”

Elsewhere in the interview, Chris shared his support for Young Thug and Gunna, who remain behind bars after receiving 56 RICO charges. “Free them, they are my brothers. I can’t talk about my brothers and the cases and what they are. I can only be who I’ve always been, your brother for life. It’s us, never them,” said Chris, who worked with Thug on the 2020 collaborative project Slime & B. “They were with my royal family every day. We did that mixtape and that whole album with just one vibe. It wasn’t ‘let’s see how the world reacts’. We just said look, we’re all close to each other, we’re all a family. Everyone speaks the same language.”

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