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Chris Brown commented on Twitter following the possible attempt on his life Sunday morning which left Suge Knight shot and in the ICU with multiple bullet wounds.

Suge Knight Shot at Club
Suge Knight gets shot at a club in West Hollywood on the eve of the VMAs.

Police are currently investigating whether the West Hollywood shooting was gang related, as Knight, rapper Game and Brown all share ties to the Bloods.

Moments after the shots were fired, Brown was seen climbing onto what appeared to be a bar in the club as a bouncer told partygoers to "Get down!"

Four hours later, around 5:45 a.m. Sunday, Brown spoke about the incident.

"It's disappointing that we as a society can#t have fun or enjoy ourselves without any altercations sometimes. Miss me with the bullsh!t!!!' Chris tweeted.

Yes ... it's such a shame people can't have fun without throwing up gang signs, associating with known gang members and asking for trouble everywhere they go.

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The gang affiliation shared by Chris Brown, Game and Suge Knight is being investigated as a possible cause of the latter's shooting Sunday morning.

Police are focusing on a beef between gangs that led to the nightclub incident that saw Suge Knight shot and sent to the ICU with multiple bullet wounds.

Chris Brown, Gang

The common denominator between Chris Brown, Suge Knight and Game, all of whom were present and have ties to the Bloods, is being extensively probed.

Chris Brown was throwing up gang signs prior to the shooting inside 1OAK early Sunday a.m., and was performing with a red bandana, the Bloods' calling card.

It's not the first time the troubled R&B star has flaunted his Bloods affiliation, throwing up their hand insignia and even giving shout-outs on Instagram.

At least one member of the Fruit Town Pirus, a Bloods-connected crew, is on Chris' payroll; Game, who was also at 1OAK, is proudly one of the Bloods.

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The Game and T.I. were involved in an intense standoff with LAPD after a fight at an L.A. club early this morning, along with "mutual acquaintances."

Those acquaintances were denied entrance at Supperclub, and began arguing furiously with security when one member of the posse threw a punch.

The punch is what you hear at the beginning of the TMZ fight video below:

Security for the club then descended on two men, beating them into submission and kicking one of them in the face while he was down on the ground.

Off-duty officers working at the club and LAPD responders were involved.

At that point, an angry T.I. and The Game stormed, mistakenly believing that the police had roughed up their friends and resulting in a heated standoff.

As tempers flared, it looked as if more violence was about to erupt.

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Khloe Kardashian wants to make it clear:

She is not Miley Cyrus or Justin Bieber. Or ex-husband Lamar Odom, for that matter.

The reality star was spotted inside Los Angeles nightclub Tru this week, dancing, partying and seemingly lighting up with a joint in her mouth.

But Khloe took to Twitter last night to shoot down any take of her as a pot smoker, posting a message that reads: "Big difference between a hookah stick and weed…."

Meanwhile, Kardashian made headlines not just for her mouth, but also for her rear end.

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Rapper 40 Glocc wants to bust a $4.5 million cap in The Game, so to speak: Glocc's suing Game for A LOT of money following their street fight last year.

The incident broke out in July outside a Hollywood Hills mansion. Game then posted footage of the brawl on YouTube, showing him whaling on Glocc.

The Game-40 Glocc fight went viral, and the loser immediately said he would sue. Now, Glocc has filed legal documents demanding a cool $4.54 million.

Why that amount specifically? Well, the rapper claims:

  • $500,000 in pain and suffering.
  • $500,000 in emotional distress.
  • $2 million for punitive damages.
  • $25,000 in medical expenses.
  • $750,000 in lost earnings.

That should cover it. No response yet from Team Game.

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The Game is speaking out about the beating of 40 Glocc he administered the other day, saying the violent encounter with the former G-Unit rapper was warranted.

Short story, according to Game: It could've been worse.

Game explains the beef as such: Allegedly 40 started a Twitter account posing as Game's oldest child and had used the bull$h!t account to trash Game.

That's when he and his crew set out for some payback:

Game admits he was looking to pick a fight with 40 that day, but denies pulling a gun on him. In fact, he says he stopped the attack out of mercy.

And "because then I'd get 25 to life" if he kept going.

"What I wanted to do was beat his ass like I wanted to ... without really putting him into a position where he was a vegetable or something," he said.

How conscientious and forward-thinking of Game.

For his part, 40 Glocc maintains he was "jumped" by Game and Game's crew and that he only tried to flee because attackers were carrying guns.

He does not plan to pursue legal action against Game, for whatever reason ... possibly because he fears an instant replay of the above video.

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The Game beat the crap out of former G-Unit rapper 40 Glocc recently, while filming some of the ass whomping himself on an iPhone. Talk about multitasking.

The cellphone video below shows Game confronting 40 Glocc in the middle of a Hollywood street, saying, "You wanna finish it? You wanna finish it right here?"

Game proceeds to begin punching, and connecting:

As you can see, The Game calls 40 Glocc a "punk ass n!gga" during the fight. During the footage, 40 Glocc tells the camera, "I just got jumped, n!gga."

As 40 tries to flee the scene, Game shouts, "There ain't gonna be another one, n!gaa." Game points the camera at his shoes, which show blood stains.

After the fight, 40 Glocc tweeted that the aggressor "chased me down with a pistol ... n!gga has to have a gun drawn on me." The Game denies this.

Glocc says he will NOT pursue legal action against him, however. Guess it's true what they say, snitches get stitches. Or in his case, more stitches.

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The Game is not smart. This is nothing new.

Still, with his belief that closeted gay men are spreading AIDS by "fooling" women into having sex with them, well, he's even less bright than we thought.

In an interview with VLADTV, he says he doesn't have a problem with gay men ... save for the ones "pretending" not to be gay and sleeping with women.

Seriously, his words:

"The #1 issue with that is you could be fooling somebody and you could give them AIDS and they can die ... and that s**t spreads," says the rapper.

"That girl you might be fooling might leave you," he adds as a cautionary tale, and "go find another dude who ain't gay and give him the disease."

Basically, in the mind of Game, all closeted gay men not only have AIDS, they best come out, so people know to avoid them unless they want AIDS.

Spoken like a true PSA, no?

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