Chris Brown Argues With Valet Over $10 Charge
By Ivetta Babadjanian
Mar 7, 2013 - 5:54:48 PM
STUDIO CITY—Chris Brown got into an argument with a valet when he tried to leave a charity event for inner city youth in Studio City on Wednesday, March 6.
Chris Brown. Photo courtesy of Twitter.
While leaving the Seventh Annual Stars and Strikes Celebrity Bowling and Poker Tournament, Brown was caught on camera arguing with a valet worker over a $10 payment. The clip shows the valet asking for the money to which Brown responded with, "Give me the f--ing keys. F--k $10. Give me the keys. We gonna turn this whole spot up, promise you."
One of Brown's entourage then said, "We've got it right here," and paid for the valet fee. Afterwards, the group left towards their cars and Brown is seen on the tape getting into a red sports car to exit the parking lot.
Later that night, Brown was at the Emerson Theatre in Hollywood when at around 1:20 a.m. the DJ played rapper Drake's song, "Started From the Bottom." Brown allegedly told the DJ to stop playing the music and said to the crowd, "The DJ can play this s--t, but I want you all to know, F--k Drake," and then gave everyone the middle finger.
Brown reportedly began to freestyle rap for the crowd with an impromptu performance. He started by performing "As You Were" and followed with "Turn Up the Music" as well as several other songs. He was reportedly pulled off the stage at around at 2 a.m.
Earlier the same day, the 23-year-old singer allegedly got into an altercation with his bodyguard, Big Pat, while on their private plane. The plane was stopped in order to refuel, but was further delayed when Brown's bodyguard exited the plane along with Brown and another man.
The trio went into customs and the security guard told an airport worker that he would not be getting back on the plane. Brown went back through customs and the plane took off at 2:20 p.m. while Big Pat caught a flight back to JFK airport.
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