Omarion Says Kicking B2K Out Of B2K Wasn’t Personal, It Was Business: “It’s Time To Move On”

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Magic Johnson Foundation's 4th Annual Children's Mardi Gras

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Fizz gave the impression, before he and Apryl went public, that he and his former group mates weren’t that close, as though that made his choices okay.

“At the end of the day, we’re all grown men and we all live our own separate lives,” he said in VIBE. “It’s not like we’re brothers and best friends and hang out after the tour.”

B2K at Magic Johnson Foundation’s 4th Annual Children’s Mardi Gras

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