Early this morning (Mar. 13), Raz B of B2K shared in a video that he was quitting the Millennium Tour.
The singer stated that he’s quitting because he doesn’t feel safe due to Chris Stokes being around.
“I don’t feel safe because I feel like Chris Stokes is around, so guess what I’m off the tour,” he shared.
“Good luck to everybody. No disrespect to Omari [Omarion] because he’s my brother. Omari 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. Okay. And guess what. I guess we’re about to shoot the surviving Chris Stokes movie. Yo Ricky Ro call Lifetime because I’m ready to talk.”
Raz B had previously said on multiple occasions that his cousin and ex-manager, Chris Stokes allegedly molested him and IMX group member Marques Houston. Raz B also said that Stokes made him take showers with his group mates of B2K. Stoke denied the claims.
“All the allegations they made are false,” said Stokes. “I’m not gay. And I’m married. And I have four kids. I been with my wife for 16 years. And I’m not a child molester. So those are all false allegations. I’m gonna sue them. And I owe that to my wife and kids, period. It’s ridiculous.”
Stokes also denied the claims again on Twitter in December 2018.
Last night, B2K performed during their tour stop in New York City and Raz B was present.
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