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B2K Fans Are Divided Over This Video J-Boog Made About Raz B

Raz B has since posted his own video in response to the heated stage incident.

B2K’s nostalgia-driven Millennium Tour is all the rave this spring for early 2000s fans, but the public tension among its members (namely, Raz B) is all the controversy.

After announcing in a scathing video that he would be resigning from the tour just one week ago, Raz returned a few hours later after apparently having a conversation with his fellow B2K family. His next, and most recent, debacle happened live on stage, where the 33-year-old stormed off in the middle of a performance. Initially, the crowd was taken aback by his abrupt stage departure, but one fan clarified that Raz was experiencing microphone issues. He eventually verified that explanation, but not before his bandmate J-Boog cracked off a few jokes that some B2K fans didn’t take kindly to.

  • In a now-deleted video, Boog mocked Raz’s raspy voice and tour-departing announcement

    He made it clear that he was just joking in it, however, as he filmed from the tour bus with other people of the tour crew. “Raz, come on baby! Come on, baby! We good. Get out your way, get on the stage.”

  • Raz B also cleared up the hostile stage incident in his own video

    “What makes this tour so lit is that it’s real,” he said. He also thanked tourmates Pretty Ricky for sending so much love and support. He added that the mic situation frustrated him because he’s passionate about putting on a good show for the fans, prompting his tense stage exit.

  • And even though fans now have the explanation from the mouth of Raz himself…

    ... Boog’s wisecracks still aren’t sitting well with some of them. See their arguments for or against Raz B’s inclusion on the tour amid the controversies below:

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