Video: Chris Brown Yells At Valet Over $10 Fee & Disses Drake At Hollywood Club

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Chris Brown is having a rough week, after apparently getting into an altercation with his bodyguard Big Pat, yelling at a valet in Los Angeles–over $10, and dissing Drake.

The Bermuda Sun reports that earlier this week, after a pit stop in Bermuda on his private plane, Brown and his bodyguard had an argument. An airport worker told the publication, “I’m not sure of the details of what happened on the plane, but his plane came in, got serviced and everything was finishing and they were getting ready to leave…The security guard got off first. He was standing outside talking to the pilot. Then Chris Brown and another guy came off…The security guard came inside [an airport building] and said he wasn’t getting back on the plane. [The man told him he had gotten into an altercation with Brown.] Chris went back through customs and the plane left at about 2:20 p.m.”

Big Pat ended up catching a later flight back to New York’s JFK airport.

The following day, Brown got into an altercation while at PINZ bowling alley in Studio City, Los Angeles.

Brown was there for a charity event, with a new security team, when TMZ reports that the singer got upset when the valet asked for $10 to get Brown’s car.

F*** ten dollars,” Brown can be heard saying in a video, before someone in Brown’s entourage says, “We got the money … don’t worry about it.

Eventually, Brown was given the keys to his car, though it is unclear whether or not he paid the $10 fee.

But that is not all. On Thursday night, the “Forever” singer was at Hollywood’s Emerson Theatre, when the DJ played Drake’s current hit, “Started From the Bottom.”

Brown wasn’t pleased, and asked the DJ to stop the music, before shouting, according to club goers, “The DJ can play this [expletive], but I want you all to know, f*** Drake!” 

The artist then proceeded to give an impromptu performance, singing some of his own hit songs.

Watch Chris Brown yelling at the valet below: