Feuding stars Chris Brown And Drake are being offered $1 million each to take their grudge into the ring and fight it out mano-a-mano.
Damon Feldman, a celebrity boxing promoter, has said that billionaire soda bottling heir Alki David (Coca-Cola Hellenic) has offered to write the two hefty checks and give another $1 million to charity if the rival stars agree to climb into the ring. Feldman told the New York Daily News that the pay-per-view event could be held in either Las Vegas or Los Angeles, with a target date of August 25th. Both singers have recently been linked to a police investigation since their alleged feud at Manhattan's W.i.P. nightclub on June 14th. The ensuing melee left at least eight people injured, including Brown himself and Nba star Tony Parker, whose eye injury required surgery and may result in him missing out on representing France in the Summer Olympics.
Feldman has also stated that he'd like Rihanna to participate in the proposed punch-fest to, stating that he "would love to have Rihanna as the ring girl." The nightclub brawl is said to have started after Drake taunted Brown over his own relationship with the singer's ex. Rhi and Brown split in 2009 after he left the 'Umbrella' singer with severe facial injuries following a heated argument.