Raz B Announced He Was Leaving The “Millennium Tour,” Only To Rejoin The Group Hours Later
B2K member “Raz B” took to Instagram to announce he was leaving the “Millennium Tour.”
The nationwide tour brought back the group that crumbled in controversy over fifteen years ago. Post split, the band members traded insults and allegations, including bombshell claims that their manager at the time, Chris Stokes, molested the boys.
But Omarion, Raz B, Fizz & J Boog put their differences aside to reunite on the Millennium Tour, thrilling audiences with their enthusiastic performance.
But the tour seemed threatened when Raz announced to his followers that he was leaving the tour because he didn’t feel “safe.”
“Actually, let me correct myself,” he said in a clip.
“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 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.”
Continuing, “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.”
The singer and dancer was alluding to the groundbreaking “Surviving: R Kelly” Lifetime doc, that finally publicly lambasted the R&B singer’s alleged crimes against women for decades.
But looks like Raz quickly had a change of thought (maybe Omarion called him!).
“I am a work in progress. I appreciate the outpouring of love, empathy, and understanding from my supporters. I look forward to continuing the “Millennium Tour” for our fans. You all deserve it,” he wrote in an Insta-story.
The tour has many stops around the country, with an all-star lineup of 2000s stars including Chingy, Ying Yang Twins, Bobby V, Pretty Ricky & more.