Tony Parker suing nightclub in Chris Brown-Drake melee
Chris Brown and Drake shouldn't be worried about all the nameless rabble threatening to sue over that nightclub fracas in New York, because really, no one cares about people who are rich and famous (or famous, at least). Who they should worry about, however, is San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker, who is suing W.i.P. nightclub for $20 million after he got glass shards in his eye during the fight.
Parker doesn't name Brown or Drake, but he does say the club should have known better than to allow those two in the club in the first place. "The defendants were reckless, careless and negligent in permitting Drake's entourage and Brown's entourage to be in the club at the same time despite known tension between the two," the lawsuit says, according to the New York Post.
By that logic, Parker should have known better than to be in club with Breezy and Drizzy, since he knows what could have gone down once the name Rihanna was invoked. But then, he's been saying how he's friends with Chris Brown, and he cheated on ex-wife Eva Longoria, so Tony has proven he's not the sharpest knife in the drawer.
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