Chris Brown and Drake’s old feud is now a smoldering ember.
Over the weekend, the music artists were seen being friendly to one other at Quincy Brown’s 30th birthday celebration in Los Angeles.
Drake, who was one of the last guests to arrive at around 4 a.m., is said to have approached Quincy to say “hello” after wishing him a happy birthday.
According to a source, Quincy — the son of Sean Combs and the late Kim Porter — didn’t hesitate to invite Chris and Drake to his party because they’ve been “family pals” for a long time.
Chris and Drake’s animosity dates back over a decade when the two musicians were allegedly embroiled in a bloody altercation over Chris’ ex-girlfriend Rihanna.
However, the two have seemed to have buried the hatchet since then, even sharing photos of themselves on social media.
Chris was brought on stage by the “Hotline Bling” rapper on one of his Aubrey & The Three Amigos Tour’s LA gigs in 2018.
Drake and Chris’s friendship has been “great for years now,” according to another source familiar with the issue.
We’re told Drake and Chris didn’t get much of a chance to interact at Quincy’s birthday party because the “One Dance” rapper only remained for around 20 minutes and was surrounded by a slew of influencers and models.
The first source stated, “All the girls were coming up to him.”
Chris, on the other hand, had a great time. He didn’t feud with Drake, but he did “dance battle” with almost everyone else.
The insider stated, “He didn’t stop dancing at all. He was fighting everyone and even dancing to some of his own songs,” says the narrator.
Quincy’s big birthday bash was organized by his renowned father Diddy, who was unable to attend owing to prior work commitments in Miami, according to reports.
Keke Palmer, supermodel Anok Yai, Quincy’s brothers Christian and Justin Combs, Bre-Z of “Empire,” Andy Hilfiger, and Lil Rel Howery were among the other noteworthy attendees.
A performance by Zero Gravity Arts, a group of entertainers in robot suits who execute stunts on trampolines and one-wheel skateboards, was said to be the party’s highlight.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Quincy’s “idol,” sent him a unique video message.