By: Amanda Anderson-Niles
The Chris Brown and Frank Ocean beef eventually led to a pretty crazy parking lot brawl outside of a recording studio in West Hollywood, California; and for a while it looked like Chris Brown would catch charges from the incident. However, in the end Frank Ocean decided against pressing charges against Chris, but he claimed in a police report that Chris called him derogatory names regarding his sexuality. And when it looked that perhaps the incident was finally behind both singers, Frank dissed him Chris in a song recently and Frank’s cousin filed a lawsuit against Chris holding him accountable for the injuries he suffer during the altercation.
Although both sides of the beef blame each other for the altercation, Chris Brown’s good friend and fellow recording artist Sean Kingston tells VLAD TV that it was actually Frank Ocean who started the parking lot brawl. He explains what he saw go down via the parking lot’s surveillance video from that night and even says he feels a lot of Chris’ drama comes to the singer and he doesn’t necessarily go out looking for trouble contrary to how the media sees him.
Here’s the highlights of the interview.
On how Chris felt after the world learned he assaulted Rihanna, Sean says:
“He felt like he didn’t have nobody in his corner.”
Sean then goes to explain what he saw go down that infamous night between Chris and Frank Ocean:
“A lot of those situations come to Chris. Now why is it Chris Brown? I do not know. Maybe that’s another person, that’s another situation that we have to talk about. But a lot of those situations come to him.
“The Frank Ocean thing in the studio, I was there that was not his fault.
“They played back the camera for me and it was not his fault. He was reaching out trying to give Frank Ocean a dap, Frank Ocean didn’t want to give him back a dap. Frank Ocean was talking sh*t because I guess he had some Crip guys with him or whatever, and that’s what happened.”
Check out the clip below: