Feuding stars Drake and Chris Brown have reportedly been offered a cool $1 million each to settle their differences in the boxing ring. The man behind the very lucrative and beyond generous offer (considering "generous" is a word no one associates with Brown) is Alki David, a billionaire soda-bottling heir. At least, according to celebrity boxing promoter Damon Feldman.
Feldman tells The New York Daily News, "Obviously they have a grudge. It’s just three 1-minute rounds. No one will get seriously hurt." He went on to say that the fight — which, it's worth noting, Brown's camp is claiming to have "never heard" of — would be a pay-per-view event in either Los Angeles or Las Vegas with a tentative date of Aug. 25. To make this not entirely soul-crushing, an additional $1 million would go to charity.
Drake and Brown were involved in a violent scuffle on June 14 at a New York City club that left eight people injured, including Brown, whose chin was slashed by a broken bottle. The troubled pop star was quick to post on Twitter after the incident. Would you pay to watch this or would someone have to pay you? Tell us in the comments section.