UPDATE: Frank Ocean & Chris Brown Brawl in LA Studio Parking Lot

UPDATE: Brown wants to file charges against Chris Brown after their parking lot scuffle. If charges are placed, Brown’s probation could be revoked, which would spell serious trouble for him. He’s on probation for five years after his 2009 assault on pop star Rihanna. Both artists are up for Grammy awards this year, so this incident couldn’t have come at a worse time.

In a rare change of pace, it seems as though Chris Brown has moved on to attacking men instead of women — even if he wasn’t the instigator this time. Sunday night at Westlake Studio in Los Angeles, R&B breakout star Frank Ocean approached Brown in the parking lot, saying that the parking spot Brown was occupying belonged to him. When Brown allegedly tried to be diplomatic and shake Ocean’s hand, a member of Ocean’s crew attacked him, which resulted in an all-out brawl.

Frank Ocean brawled with Chris Brown in a studio parking lot in Los Angeles

Ocean reportedly injured his hand, which makes him seem much more the victim (or loser of said brawl) than Brown. Police were called and arrived at the scene shortly after the incident. Ocean tweeted “I only wish Everest [Ocean’s dog] was here,” which leads one to wonder exactly what would have happened had the dog been there. The brawl reportedly involved six men, though it’s unclear as to which side (if either) outnumbered the other.

Brown didn’t tweet about the incident, instead taking to his Instagram this morning. While he didn’t directly address the brawl, his post seemed to indirectly reference it. Brown wrote, “Working on my album. Not working on negativity. Focus on feeding ya family. Bullshit will forever be in the shadows.”

Chris Brown brawled with Frank Ocean in a studio parking lot in Los Angeles

This is hardly the first time that these two R&B superstars have beefed with one another, even if the others were mostly virtual disputes. Their initial beefing started last summer when Brown tweeted “I f— with Frank Ocean! Reminds me of a young James Fauntleroy or Kevin Cossum.” Ocean retorted, “[I] f—s wit chris brown, reminds me of a young sisqo or ike turner.” He added, “[I] just dont like underhanded comments. thats all im saying.”

Brown claimed that the initial tweet was intended to be a compliment, but he ended the online portion of the dispute by tweeting, “[It] was a compliment you b—h ass n—a. Everybody claim to be the devil till they meet him.” He added, “[F]–k odd future [Brown’s rap group]! Make sure y’all smalltime n—-s stick yo chess out when u speak to me.” These tweets have since been deleted. Needless to say, the two haven’t exactly been friendly since then.