Chris Brown and Drake aren't the first to have a beef in hip hop, in fact the genre is known for having feuding artists. However, most of them keep the "beef" on a lyrical level and don't really turn to violence, especially the A-list stars.
So when C Breezy and Drake got into a bit of a scuffle at WIP nightclub in NYC last week, it was rather shocking that they resorted to throwing bottles instead of throwing jabs at each other through their music.
Are these two stars to blame (partially, anyway) for hip hop's violent culture?
CNN host Jane Velez Mitchell says no. But is she right?
"I'm not ready to indict the entire hip-hop music scene," Jane said. "The fact is, we live in a society that is saturated with violence."
Of course, she's right. Where can you turn nowadays and not see a violent image? Video games, movies, and even music promote it, so it can't be blamed entirely on Chris Brown, Drake, and others.
Do you think that hip hop as a whole promotes violence? What do you think is the solution?