Chris Brown and Drake offered $9 million to fight it out in the boxing ring
Brown and his nightclub nemesis, Drake, have been offered a major payout to take their differences to the boxing ring and find out, once and for all, who is tougher. Damon Feldman, owner of Celebrity Boxing Federation, and Alki David, a wealthy benefactor, have offered the rappers a $10 million pool to compete in the most expensive celebrity boxing match ever.
$9 million would go to the winner, with $1 million as a condolence prize for the loser, according to E! Online. The fight would take place in just three one-minute rounds in Las Vegas, and if there's no obvious winner, the victor would be decided by internet poll. Naturally, Feldman and David are hoping that Rihanna will show up to be the ring girl.
"One thing we know, if she doesn't be the ring girl, she will be watching," David quipped, adding that he's been in contact with Brown's reps and he's up for it.
Brown's reps beg to differ. "We collectively have never heard from these people nor is there anyone named 'CJ.' This is a tacky PR campaign by these people using Chris and Drake," Brown's rep told E!.