Remember the recent story about FilmOn.com’s founder and CEO Alki David’s offer to music stars Chris Brown and Drake to fight for charity? Well, since there seemed to be no agreement from either camp, David has decided to sweeten the pot.
According to the Detroit Free Press, Celebrity Boxing Damon Feldman has said that David has decided to add an extra $1 million to charity if the two will step in the ring.
Feldman said he wants to stage three 1-minute rounds for August 25, and that date is coming up fast. As reported earlier, Brown’s representation have stated that the singer hasn’t heard anything about this offer; Drake’s representation has yet to respond.
Meanwhile, W.i.P., the nightclub where the June 14 fight between Brown and Drake took place, is facing legal action. NBA star Tony Parker is suing the nightclub for an eye injury he sustained. A patron of the club, Lucy Pavlovsky is also suing W.i.P. for an arm injury that required 12 stitches. Her lawyer, Javier Solano, hinted that Brown and Drake might also be included in the suit.
What do you think of this developing boxing charity saga? What do you think are the chances of them stepping in the ring to do good for charity? Give your opinions in the comments section below.
(Aftermath from the Brown-Drake fight. Photo credit: Twitter)