Chris Brown, Frank Ocean Fight at a Los Angeles Studio

The singers were reportedly involved in an "all-out" brawl.

LHere we go again. Another episode of R&Beef involving Chris Brown.

TMZ is reporting that the pop star was involved in a fight with Odd Future crooner Frank Ocean at a recording studio in Los Angeles late Sunday night.

According to the celebrity news site, Brown was attempting to leave L.A.'s Westlake Studio, where he had been working with one of his artists, when Ocean and his crew approached him. A source who witnessed the altercation told TMZ, Ocean allegedly blocked Brown's exit and said, "This is my studio, this is my parking spot."

Brown purportedly tried to calm the situation by attempting to shake Ocean's hand, but he was attacked by a member of Ocean's crew. From there the source says things got crazy and a brawl ensued between the singers and four others.

Police were called to the scene and spoke to Ocean, who made a statement but did not want to press charges. Law enforcement has yet to speak to Brown, who was no longer at the studio when the cops arrived. 

After speaking with the cops, Ocean took to Twitter to give his account of the fight, which he said was over the parking spot.

"Got jumped by Chris and a couple guys. Lol. I only wish Everest [his dog] was there. Cut my finger now I can’t play w two hands at the Grammys," Ocean tweeted.

This is not the first time Brown has had a run-in with the "Bad Religion" singer. In 2011 the music stars were involved in a Twitter argument that led to some bad blood between Brown and the Odd Future crew. is your #1 source for Black celebrity news, photos, exclusive videos and all the latest in the world of hip hop and R&B music.

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