Raz-B Seemingly Accuses Omarion Of Exploiting Him In Documentary

Raz-B Seemingly Accuses Omarion Of Exploiting Him Documentary

Raz-B had some things to say about Omarion’s new docuseries, OMEGA: THE GIFT & THE CURSE, and they weren’t good things either.

Recently, Omarion took to his Instagram to share an exclusive clip from the now-controversial film, which showed an emotional Raz-B having a breakdown backstage on The Millennium Tour. In the sneak peek, Raz-B appears to be upset after noticing that fellow group mate J-Boog was sporting a t-shirt that read the words: I Don’t Feel Safe.


Apparently, the quote triggered Raz-B because it mocked a previous statement that he’d made in regards to Chris Stokes.

Raz B, Chris Stokes

If you don’t remember, at the height of The Millennium Tour, Raz-B bowed out of the multi-city run due to suspensions that Chris Stokes was in the vicinity and his well-being was being put in harm’s way.

The 37-year-old said in an announcement on his social media:

“Raz-B is officially off the tour. 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 come talk to me, and you want me to do this tour, I’ll do this tour, but I’m officially off the tour.”

He then continued by doubling down on Chris Stokes:

“Oh, guess what? I guess we’re about to shoot the new ‘Surviving Chris Stokes’ movie, right? So, yo, [Ricky Romance], call Lifetime, because I’m ready to talk.”

Back in 2007, Raz-B made national headlines for accusing Stokes, who’s a filmmaker and also the former manager of B2K, of sexually abusing him amid the band’s success.

However, although J-Boog’s decision to wear a shirt that referenced such a touchy subject, Raz-B is seemingly having a hard time understanding why Omarion chose to chronicle the vulnerable moment during the filming of OMEGA: THE GIFT & THE CURSE.


Throughout the video, Omarion is seen comforting Raz-B, who’s captured crying profusely, and later questioning J-Boog’s intentions in the confessionals.

The “Ice Box” singer wrote in the caption:

“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 you can, should or need to do it alone.”

Following the snippet, Raz-B responded by stating that he was “disgusted” by Omarion “exploiting his personal moments” but would expand on the matter once he could prepare the right words to say.

“I’m disgusted by these actions…. Soon as the lord gives me the words… I will be speaking on this ….. smh Lord why would they exploit my personal moments… This is traumatizing.”

As of now, Omarion, Lil’ Fizz, and J-Boog have yet to speak on Raz-B’s comments.

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Authored by: Ashley Blackwell