Omarion Dropped Official Rules For The Highly Anticipated B2K Reunion Tour, And Fans Are In Shambles

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - MARCH 16: Omarion performs on stage at KOKO on March 16, 2015 in London, England. (Photo by Joseph Okpako/WireImage)

Omarion Dropped Official Rules For The Highly Anticipated B2K Reunion Tour, And Fans Are In Shambles

"I would say come as you are, but ..."

Published 3 weeks ago

We, the culture, are less than a week away from knowing the dates for B2K’s reunion concert, formally known as the Millennium Tour, and fans have yet to stop talking about the most anticipated tour of 2019 since it was announced last Friday (Dec. 21). The women who were once screaming at the top of their lungs over the quartet’s appearances on TRL and 106 & Park may be grown, but they are ready to cop their tickets in bulk and have no shame in letting it be known.

While we wait to secure those coveted passes, we are collectively deep-cleaning to find our name-belts, sidekicks, Baby Phat tracksuits and jersey dresses. Despite us murmuring amongst ourselves about all things early 2000s, Omarion, the lead singer of the iconic R&B group, dropped the only rules we need to follow, and we highly suggest everyone take notes.

  1. For starters, If you were born after the year 2000, this ain't for you

    "Stay yo young ass at home," the statement reads. Secondly, leave your Fashion Nova and its subsidiaries alone. The only 'fits allowed inside venues are oversized, and anything that falls in line with Throwback Thursday or Flashback Friday. "Air Force Ones, Apple Bottom jeans and velour sweatsuits" are highly encouraged.

    Final rule? If you don't know the words, don't buy a ticket. Also, if you never collected a Word Up poster, this is not the tour for you.

  2. Fans took to the comments, fully complied on one accord
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  3. The "Ice Box" crooner prefers fans to "come as you are, but if you feeling 2000’s- DRIP UP!!!"

    Read the full statement below.

Written by Mya Abraham

(Photo: Joseph Okpako/WireImage)

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