The nightclub where Chris Brown and Drake threw down has been shut down.
Both W.i.P. and Greenhouse nightclubs - located in the same building and jointly owned in Manhattan - were shuttered on Saturday night by the NYPD.
Is the epic fight that went down between the music stars' camps to blame?
Yes, but indirectly. Previous violations had been reported before the nightclub fight, and police looking into the brawl may have uncovered even more.
Details are scarce, but police say it was “closed as a result of several violations in a stipulation agreement made by the owners and the N.Y.P.D.”
Jonathan Cantor, the club's manager, was taken into custody by police on two outstanding warrants stemming from noise complaints at the hot spot.
In case you somehow missed it, Chris Brown and Drake were allegedly involved in a brutal bar brawl early Thursday morning that injured many.
A rep for W.i.P. and Greenhouse tells E! News that "the venues are temporarily, not permanently, closed." Temporarily for awhile, it sounds like.
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