Chris Brown was spotted arguing with his longtime friend and mentor Usher amid reports that the singers had a physical altercation.
In a video obtained by TMZ, the “Under the Influence” singer allegedly argued with Teyana Taylor at the Skate Rock City skate rink in Las Vegas during her 34th birthday party on Friday.
Usher is later seen trying to talk to Brown, who starts cursing as he slides.
According to the outlet, Brown allegedly got upset when Taylor, 32, ignored him while trying to talk to him at the party.
The “Go Crazy” singer allegedly “started yelling at her” and that’s when Usher intervened.
TMZ claims that Brown “didn’t do that” and began swearing at both Taylor and the 44-year-old “Let It Burn” singer before leaving the ice rink with her team.
Usher allegedly took off his skates to find Brown, and an eyewitness told TMZ that they saw the birthday boy and his crew allegedly go behind a series of rental buses in the parking lot.
The witness said that “soon later” they allegedly saw Usher appearing with a bloody nose.
Page Six reached out to representatives of both Usher and Brown, but did not receive an immediate response.
Before the alleged controversy took place, Usher and other guests, including singers Mario and Summer Walker and rapper Bow Wow, was videotaped He sings the song “Happy Birthday” to the “Kiss Kiss” singer, who turns 34 on May 5.
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Usher and Brown have maintained a close relationship since debuting on the music scene in 2005. The two collaborated on several songs, including “New Flame” and “Party”.
Brown has found himself in a plethora of legal troubles since pleading guilty once to felony assault for beating then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009.
And in 2017, the former Karrueche Tran of the “No Guidance” singer was given a five-year restraining order against her for allegedly being offensive to her when she didn’t return the money and gifts she gave them during their relationship.
Brown and Usher are expected to perform at the Lovers and Friends festival tonight at 6:15 p.m. and 7:55 p.m. respectively.