True Or False? Did Chris Brown Get Brutally Beaten & Pistol Whipped At Meek Mill’s Grammys After Party?

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Chris Browns Responds To Meek Mill Grammys Party Rumor

Did Chris Brown get a brutal beat down just hours after walking the red carpet at the 2015 Grammys??? That’s the question that’s being asked now that rumors are swirling that the singer got into a post awards show altercation.

Late Sunday Twitter was ablaze with chatter that Breezy was jumped by gang members at Meek Mill’s Grammy after party and at one point had even been pistol whipped.


Wow! That’s scary and a super juicy rumor ,but is it true????


 Hit the flip to find out.


According to Breezy there was indeed an altercation that took place but he wasn’t involved.

It’s since been confirmed that a fight did take place but it was between rival gang members and Breezy was 100% uninvolved.

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TMZ reports:

Meek Mill took over Justin Bieber’s glass mansion for Grammy weekend and threw a party so wild … cops had to be called and the crib was destroyed when it was all said and done.
Mill hosted the massive Grammy after-party Sunday night — Nicki Minaj, French Montana, Khloe Kardashian, Chris Brown and Justin were at the bash … and sources inside tell us it got crazy when a fight broke out between rival gang members.

During the melee, we’re told punches and even ice sculptures were tossed — and most of the guests fled into the street. Law enforcement sources tell us … cops were called around 1:30 AM for loud music, and found more than 1,000 people walking around the ritzy ‘hood. It took about 3 hours to clear the streets.
No arrests were made, and police never went inside the house — which was totally trashed. We’re told Justin moved out last week, and Meek moved in … signing a 1-week lease to lock down the party location.

We’re guessing he can kiss that security deposit goodbye.



Did you believe the Breezy got beat up rumor???


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