It's been a good Thanksgiving for Chris Brown.
The polarizing singer spent the actual holiday hooking up with Rihanna, and then awake this morning to positive legal news:
Neither he nor Drake will face any charges for a brawl that broke out in a NYC nightclub this summer between their entourages.
According to TMZ insiders, the investigation into the bottle-throwing fight that broke out on June 14 is complete - and there is no evidence to charge Brown, Drake or anyone associated with either singer.
The stars, of course, have clashed for months over their personal connections to Rihanna, and the rivalry reached its apex this summer when words and middle fingers were allegedly exchanges at at WIP nightclub.
The Chris Brown and Drake fight resulted in a nasty chin gash for the Teem Breezy President, supposedly from a bottle thrown by someone at Drake's table, along with various complaints and injuries from others at the establishment.
San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker sued the club for a wound to his eye; he is seeking $20 million damages.
However, law enforcement officials say surveillance video from the night is is blurry and multiple interviews conducted by the NYPD with witnesses have proven to be inconclusive.