Since the resurgence of B2K with 2019’s The Millennium Tour, we have been front row center for the drama.

Recently, lead singer Omarion sat with The Breakfast Club to promote his new book, Unbothered, but on the show, Omarion came off pretty bothered about fellow B2K member Raz B.

In his book, Omarion shared an emotional moment about Raz B after J Boog mocked Raz’s sexual assault allegations against Chris Stokes. In that portion of the book, the singer talked about when he realized Raz was hurting.

During the interview with The Breakfast Club, Omarion was asked how he felt his bandmate was progressing with his mental and emotional health, and he gave an interesting perspective.

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“I think for Raz, it’s interesting,” he said. “You know he obviously is intelligent enough to see an opportunity to speak about things and use it to his advantage. I never heard him say he’s been triggered. On tour, I had offered him opportunities to better his process, and he didn’t take those opportunities.”

“The thing that is tough for me, and a lot of people, to understand, is that I’m the type of brother that you have to hold your brother accountable,” he continued. “So when he said he was triggered, I think that is something that he could have felt. But if people actually watch the doc, I was there supporting him. Although that small clip was out there, me and my team were supporting him. Asking him what he needed, trying to figure out our best to help him with these traumatic things that he’s been through. So I think that it’s interesting that … that was the part he chose to sign off on for the documentary.”

Omarion agreed with Charlamagne Tha God that while healing isn’t linear, he just thought the timing of Raz B’s response was interesting.

Omarion ultimately questioned what would be the final goal for Raz.

“But are you getting help, bro? Are you taking the steps to not always express your emotions through the internet?” he asked. “Are you doing the work, man? Are you doing the work? That’s not what I see.”

The clip that Omarion references during this interview are from a portion of the singer’s upcoming documentary, Omega.

In the clip, the group is preparing for a press junket, and J Boog is wearing a T-shirt that says “I Don’t Feel Safe.”



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It was believed that the shirt was a direct jab to a 2019 Instagram post where Raz B announced his departure from the tour because he believed the group’s previous manager would be present.

As reported by Urban Islandz, Raz stated in an Instagram video, “I don’t feel safe because I feel like Chris Stokes is around.”

Using the clip as early promotion for his upcoming book, Omarion also expressed his support for Raz and added that he is understanding of his bandmate’s healing journey.

“Mental health is not a destination, but rather a process,” Omarion wrote in the caption of the Instagram post. “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.”

“In my new book Unbothered: The Power of Choosing Joy, I share some personal tools that have helped me stay balanced in challenging moments,” he continued. “It’s amazing how some people find it so easy to twist & turn a story to shed a negative light on others just to play victim. The truth always 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.”

Past sexual and abuse allegations that plagued the group were brought back up as media attention on The Millennium Tour increased. Raz B has previously called out the group’s former manager, Chris Stokes, multiple times with accusations of sexual abuse.

B2K was once the obsession of every preteen girl. But now we see things behind the curtain were always a little rocky.