Is Drake Refusing to Turn Himself In?
As the drama surrounding the nightclub fight between Chris Brown continues to mount, it is getting hard to keep track of what is happening – especially with details coming in from all over the place, some of them conflicting.
Just yesterday, it was said that Drake was facing not charges, that the investigation is ongoing and it all made it seem like everyone was cooperating with the police. Now, the New York Post has raised questions about the Canadian rapper’s involvement and refusal to submit for questioning.
While Chris Brown, through his lawyer Mark Geragos, provided police with “physical evidence” that he says proves that Drake instigated that fight, Drake’s camp has insisted that he is innocent and was not involved.
Now it is being said that Drake has refused to turn himself in to be interviewed by the police and his publicist, Kelly Bush, made the following comment in an email to the newspaper: "Why would he turn himself in when he did not commit any wrong-doing?"
The question really should be why wouldn’t he turn himself in for questioning if he didn’t commit any wrongdoing? Surely, if he has nothing to hide then it shouldn’t matter.
Police commissioner Ray Kelly said that "the detectives are looking at it and investigating it, and if an arrest is appropriate, an arrest is going to be made. When detectives got there, no one was there. Eight people were injured. The place was in disarray. They're gathering information."
Drake’s “The Motto” won for the “Much Vibe Hip Hop Video of the Year” at the 2012 MMVAs in Toronto last night.
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