Raz-B has had a whirlwind few hours, but rest well B2K fans, the Millennium Tour will go on as planned!
On Tuesday night Raz stunned fans by announcing that he was no longer going to continue on the Millennium Tour with his B2K bandmates Lil Fizz, J Boog and Omarion. The 33-year-old singer made the shocking announcement via Instagram noting that he felt his safety was at risk due to the assumed presence of former manager Chris Stokes.
“Raz B is officially off the tour,” he stated. “I don’t feel safe because I feel like Chris Stokes is around. So guess what? I’m off the tour. Good luck to everybody. No disrespect to [Omarion] because he’s my brother. [Omarion] if you want to come talk to me and you want me to do the tour, I’ll do the tour, but I’m officially off the tour. Oh, guess what? I guess we’re about to shoot the new ‘Surviving Chris Stokes’ movie, right? So call Lifetime ’cause I’m ready to talk.”
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So, why the reference to a ‘Surviving Chris Stokes’ movie? Well, in case you forgot, in 2007 Raz accused Stokes of molesting him starting around age 12. Chris has denied all allegations, and even threatened to sue Raz, but it doesn’t seem as though he followed through with that threat.
What also isn’t clear is if Stokes was around the group this time around, too. While Raz says he “feels like” Chris has been there, the accusation has not been confirmed. And furthermore, Raz has decided to rejoin B2K for the rest of the tour. Again, he made the announcement on IG.
If you want to run the risk, you can get Millennium Tour tickets HERE. The tour wraps up in May.
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