Chris Brown and Migos “Brawl” Following 2017 BET Awards After Party
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Chris Brown and Migos “Brawl” Following 2017 BET Awards After Party

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Things got heated between Chris Brown and hip-hop trio Migos following the 2017 BET Awards.

After the award show, which took place in Los Angeles on Sunday, June 25, the two groups reportedly got into a fight at an after party.  

According to TMZ and multiple witnesses on social media, the “brawl” broke out following the premiere of Chris’s music video for his song “Pie.”

When the “Forever” singer was leaving the stage, he came face-to-face with Migos — which includes rappers Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff.

Sources claim the 28-year-old’s team made the first move by pushing Quavo, which then led to both sides getting involved.

Witnesses on Twitter spoke out about the incident and some even captured the encounter on video.

“Basically Chris Brown was being funny before Migos came up to him so he sat around and waited for them to approach. (From what I saw),” tweeted one eyewitness.

“Migos & Chris Brown were about to fight tonight after the BET awards,” another person tweeted with a video.

Another user took a video following the incident with the caption, “Here's the vid I took of Migos after the fight.”

Thankfully nobody was seriously injured, but the cops were reportedly called to calm the situation down.

The musicians have worked together before, but this fight comes just weeks after rumors swirled claiming Quavo is dating Karrueche Tran, Chris’s ex-girlfriend.

Though the night wasn’t necessarily great for Chris or Migos, it was a big evening for Chance the Rapper, who was honored with the 2017 Humanitarian Award.

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of BET Debra L. Lee presented the Chicago native with the award.

"Tonight we honor a young man from the Chi and honestly I love everything about him. He created his own path to the charts and took that same creativity to help children," Debra said.

"He's not afraid to speak out for people who can't speak for themselves."

At just 24 years old, the father of one is now the youngest person to ever win the Humanitarian Award.

"I am 24 and to be receiving something like this at my age...it feels a little early to get something like this but my God doesn't make mistakes and I like to think that he's putting this enormous pressure on me to see how I react."

Chance donated $1 million to Chicago Public Schools in March and raised an additional $2 million for schools through his Social Works organization.

The rapper also took home the award for Best New Artist.

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