Perhaps the only thing that can bring Drake and Chris Brown together is a lawsuit.

The oft-at-odds pair were sued Wednesday by an entertainment company over the bottle-throwing nightclub brawl that involved their entourages, according to the Associated Press.

The lawsuit said the hip-hop stars should have, at the very least, done something to stop the melee that went down on June 14 at a Manhattan club.

Chris and Drake should bear blame for a glass-flinging, broken-bottle-swinging free-for-all in a crowded club "in circumvention of the venue's extensive security measures," says the lawsuit, filed by club owner Entertainment Enterprises Ltd.

According to the AP, no criminal charges have been filed for the brawl, which left NBA star Tony Parker injured, along with several other clubgoers.

The suit references possible bad blood between the two because both men have had relationships with Rihanna.

"It's their posse, and they're in charge, and to the extent that they could have controlled or dissipated whatever was going on, we don't believe they did," said Andrew T. Miltenberg, an attorney for Entertainment Enterprises.

Chris and Drake are being sued for $16 million. The suit says the company lost a $4 million deal because of bad publicity surrounding the club after the fight.

The owners of the club are also facing lawsuits over the brawl, including a $20 million suit filed by Tony, who almost lost his eye after being hit by an airborne bottle.

Softhearted women

Elvis fans who ventured to Graceland to honor the King 35 years after his death were treated to a pleasant surprise.

Priscilla and Lisa Marie Presley showed up together to a candle-light vigil held to celebrate the rock and roll icon.

According to the AP, the two women appeared on an elevated stage in front of the crowd Wednesday night, the eve of the anniversary of the King dying at home in 1977 from a heart attack after battling prescription drug abuse.

This marks the first time the two women have appeared together at the annual event in Memphis.

"I've always avoided this because I felt that it would be too emotional, but I really felt it was important to come down here tonight," the singer's daughter told the crowd. "I love you very, very, very much."