Super rich kids with nothing but loose ends.
Chris Brown was involved in an all-out brawl with Frank Ocean Sunday night, and sources connected with Chris insist Ocean started it. Chris was at Westlake Studio in the L.A. area listening to one of the artists he represents. The sources say as Chris went to leave, Frank Ocean and his crew blocked Chris from leaving. The sources say Frank said, "This is my studio, this is my parking spot." We're told Chris went to shake Frank's hand ... and that's when one of Frank's people attacked Chris. Sources connected with Chris say one of Chris' friends jumped in front and hit Frank's friend. Sources connected with Chris say Frank then came at Chris ... Chris pushed him away and they started brawling. The police were called and are on scene now. [...] Police have cleared the scene. We're told Chris Brown was not there when officers arrived -- but they did speak to Frank Ocean. At this point ... we're told no one wants to press charges, and no arrests have been made. [...] Cops say they will continue to investigate and want to speak with Chris Brown. They refer to Ocean as "the victim" because he's the one who stuck around and spoke with police. Ocean said the fight started over a parking space (how L.A.) and Brown punched him. There were 6 people involved in the fight.Children! After the fracas, Frank tweeted: "got jumped by chris and a couple guys. lol. i only wish everest [his dog] was there. cut my finger now I can't play w two hands at the grammys." We dread the thought of how many times CFCB hurled the gay slur that begins with an "F" at Frank, who came out of the closet last year. These two kids have a past. We don't -- or care -- how their feud began, but apparently, it began on Twitter sometime in 2011 after CFCB called Frank Ocean's band's music “demonic” then Frank compared CFCB to Ike Turner -- you know, a woman beater. Then a video popped up of CFCB's cousins chasing Frank through through the streets of West Hollywood. Too much. Then last year, when a reporter asked CFCB about Frank coming out of the closet, CFCB said: "man, no homo." Yadadadadada... I can't with this mess. Both of you kids go to your rooms!
Update, Jan 29: Frank Ocean wants to press charges against the convicted felon. Oh, he could also be charged with a hate crime if he did utter those gay slurs at Frank, as we suspect he did, because CFCB has no self control and is a POS. And look at we have here: CFCB was seen in Los Angeles today with cast or bandage on his right hand today. Suspicious.
Update, Feb, 3: In a shocking turn of events. Actually, it's not very shocking. CFCB will likely not go to jail. Frank Ocean has forgiven him and decided not to press charges, after all. In a message on his Web site, Frank writes: “As a child I thought if someone jumped me it would result in me murdering or mutilating a man. But as a man I am not a killer. I’m an artist and a modern person. I’ll choose sanity. No criminal charges. No civil lawsuit. Forgiveness, albeit difficult, is wisdom. Peace, albeit trite, is what I want in my short life. Peace.” Wait? Is he foreshadowing his death?
Update, Feb. 4: As we suspected, Frank was called a "fa-got" during the 2- to 3-minute fight. According to the police report obtained by the folks over at TMZ, CFCB threatened to shoot Frank then punched him in the face. Then two of CFCB's hangerons jumped in to help and pushed Frank into a corner and attempted to kick him. He told cops he wasn't sure who hurled the F-word at him.
In related news...Prosecutors filed a motion asking that CFCB be found in violation of his probation for failing to complete 180 days of community labor for beating the crap out then (and now) girlfriend, Miss Fenty. In a 19-page motion, prosecutors cited various discrepancies in reports about CFCB's community labor work in Virginia, where he was authorized by the court to complete that portion of his sentence. According to prosecutors, probation officers reported in October 2011 that CFCB had completed 581 hours of community labor. The following month, the Richmond Police Department reported that he had completed 103 days -- or 824 hours -- of community labor. But in Feburary 2012, the Interstate Commission for Adult Offender Supervision Office reported that CFCB had completed 701 hours. Prosecutors said they made repeated requests for documentation of the felon's community labor hours, but have not found any corroboration of the numbers. Prosecutors noted in the court papers that on some dates that CFCB was reported to be performing community labor, he wasn't even in Virginia -- in one instance taking part in a charity event in Washington, D.C., an in another on a flight to Cancun. He's due in court tomorrow.