Rapper/Hip-Hop Vocalist Meek Mill aka. Robert Williams
Lucy Pavlovsky shows off stitches after she says she was injured in club melee.
R&B singer Chris Brown and his rival Drake got an alibi Monday from another rhyme slinger who has a thing for Rihanna.
Rapper Meek Mill broke his silence Monday about the bottle-throwing melee last week at the club W.i.P., but refused to implicate either of the warring entertainers.
“I never seen Chris Brown or Drake throw a bottle and I was there,” the Philly-based rapper said.
Meek Mill, who is 25 and whose real name is Robert Williams, said neither Brown nor Drake stoked the violence at the SoHo club.
“Chris and Drake, them two was there but its other people that be around that take s— it to the next level,” Meek told the XXL web site. “Things just happen in the club. I seen girls in there throwing bottles, all types of s—. All types of people.”
Meek Mill’s claims fly in the face of Kenneth “K-Mac” McCray, a Bronx-based musician who told The Daily News on Friday that Drake drew first blood by throwing a bottle at Brown.
According to Meek Mill, Drake and Brown were victims of circumstance. He said he talked to Brown afterward and has no axe to grind with Drake.
W.i.P., and its upstairs sister venue, Greenhouse, were shut down after the wild brawl that left eight club goers injured, including Brown, who lost a chunk of skin on his chin.
So far nobody has been arrested for the fracas, which witnesses said erupted over a beef between Drake and Brown over Rihanna, whom they both have dated.
Lucy Pavlovsky, the brunette beauty whose arm got sliced up in the fighting, told The News bottles were flying from one side of the room to the other — but could not see who was throwing them because she was too busy ducking.
“It was one side of the room throwing bottles at the other side of the room,” she said. “There was glass flying and shattering everywhere.”
Pavlovsky said she was sitting at rapper Fabolous’ VIP table when all hell broke loose.
“Everyone was drinking, dancing, having a great time in the V.I.P. area when I noticed that there was a scuffle and people were starting to get pushed over to the left of me,” she said. “Next thing I know I hear really loud noises that I thought were gunshots.”
Pavlovsky, 24, of Hoboken, N.J., who is now suing the club, said she was terrified.
“I ducked down, hid my head, hid my face and by the time I opened my eyes everyone was screaming,” she said. “Half the club had emptied out and I realized it was my time to run.”
Pavlovsky said she didn’t notice she was bleeding until another escapee told her. “So I ran, got a cab, went to the emergency room and got 12 stitches in my arm,” she said.
Police said they have no evidence any shots were fired.