Chris Brown gets into 'fight' at festival just one day after apparent altercation with Usher
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Chris Brown has reportedly been involved in another fight at a festival, just a day after he was allegedly in a ‘violent scuffle’ with fellow artist Usher.
Chris Brown reportedly got into another altercation at the ‘Lovers & Friends’ festival, just one day after his alleged altercation with Usher. pic.twitter.com/r9BD2gF0Th— Pop Base (@PopBase) May 7, 2023
The controversial musician was filmed in an supposed spat with Usher at the Skate Rock City roller rink in Las Vegas, where both were scheduled to perform at the Lovers & Friends festival, named after one of Usher’s songs.
Brown was allegedly out celebrating his 34th birthday with fellow celebrities Usher and singer Teyana Taylor.
However, an argument broke out, which then allegedly turned into a ‘violent scuffle’ between the pair outside the venue.
According to TMZ reports, Brown was angry because Teyana was allegedly ignoring him for some reason, before Usher attempted to diffuse the situation and calm him down, as he’d started shouting at her.
In a clip obtained by the publication, the pair could be seen talking intently, before witnesses said that Brown started swearing and shouting.
However, neither Brown or Usher have commented publicly on the situation yet.
And now, more footage has emerged that shows Brown seeming to get into another dust-up, this time apparently during Missy Elliott’s set on Saturday night.
We haven’t got too many details to work with on this front, but TMZ reported that Chris Brown was once again arguing with someone in Vegas.
On this occasion, it doesn’t look like anything violent came from the altercation, but Brown does seem to be at the centre of things once again.
Brown himself has also responded to the second video, claiming that he was actually just trying to get back to his child.
“Y’all been geeked all weekend,” he wrote on Instagram.
“Y’all dragging it now.
“It was mad people backstage and security was trying to clear everyone off the stage.
“People started pushing back.
“I INTERVENED to let them know MY CHILD WAS BACK THERE.
“So y’all can keep ya narrative.”
Still, the festival seems to have been quite a success as after the first incident, Usher shared a video with his fans saying he was having a ‘great time’ at the festival, seemingly brushing the incident under the carpet.
Perhaps Usher and Brown will be able to bury the hatchet, for want of a better and less violent phrase.
UNILAD has reached out to Brown's reps for comment.
Elsewhere at the festival, there were performances from Mariah Carey, Pitbull, Sean Paul, 50 Cent and Christina Aguilera, amongst others.