Omarion Says J-Boog Wore A T Shirt That Triggered Raz-B: Why The F*ck Would You Wear The Shirt?
Omarion’s docuseries is revealing the behind the scenes ‘tea’ of B2K’s split.
Omarion took to Instagram on Monday (Aug. 15) to share a clip of a taunting moment in his docuseries OMEGA: The Gift & The Curse. The clips shows a moment of former B2K member J Boog provoking Raz B, 37, with a t-shirt mocking a statement he made before the 2019 Millenium Tour. Omarion explained:
“You can tell when someone’s energy, they’re agitated, or moving around, he wasn’t focused, he was saying things. I was just like ‘yo, what’s good?’
A member of the former boy band’s team elaborated:
“We find out that what triggered him, what agitated him was that Boog wore a t-shirt that said ‘I don’t feel safe.’ That was clearly a reference to what Raz had said in New York.”
Back in 2019, Raz B, born De’Mario Monte Thornton, shared to fans:
“Raz B is officially off the tour. I don’t feel safe because I feel like Chris Stokes is around.”
Omarion, born Omari Ishmael Grandberry, admitted that he noticed the t-shirt J Boog, 37, was wearing but thought nothing of it. He said:
“I wasn’t really picking up that Boog was f*ck*ng with his head like that. Why the f*ck would you wear the shirt? You know what I’m saying? Why would you do that?”
The ending of the clip shows Raz B breaking down in front of his team as they show sympathy hugging him repeating ‘we love you.’
In a lengthy caption, the “Ice Box” singer shared a gem about battle mental health issues. He said:
“Mental health is not a destination, but rather a process. It’s about how you drive, not where you going. Just because no one else can heal or do your work for you, doesn’t mean vou can, should or need to do it alone. In my new book “Unbothered: The Power of Choosing Joy”, I share some personal tools that have helped me stay balanced in challenging moments.
The 37-year-old added:
“It’s amazing how some people find it so easy to twist & turn a story to shed a negative light on others iust to plav victim. The truth alwavs comes out in the end. No matter how hard anyone tries to hide it. Lies are just a temporary delay to the inevitable. Wishing everyone who struggles mentally or physically- strength and support.”
#Omarion shared footage from Chapter 3 of his documentary, #Omega. In this clip, #RazB opens up about feeling triggered & not feeling safe, as J-Boog wore a shirt that bothered him. *will you watch this Docu?*?? pic.twitter.com/SJBEIXfcl5
— theJasmineBRAND (@thejasminebrand) August 16, 2022
As previously reported, Raz B has B2K’s former manager Christopher Stokes of allegedly sexually abusing him and other artists such as Bow Wow, and Marcus Houston who filed a restraining order against the former B2K artist after he released the allegations.
Back in 2019, Christopher Stokes took to Twitter to announce that he never touched a member of B2K. Christopher Stokes said:
“Negativity I will never play into. I never hurt any of B2K & Always had their best interest at heart including financially. I forgive any negative energy or tweets! God forgives and so do I. They back! Now stay positive in 2019 & Go get your tix! Enjoy them being back! Much love!”
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