Raz B Quits B2K’s Millennium Tour, Then Confuses Fans

Posted On : March 13, 2019

Omarion Has Always Denied The Allegations

In 2007, Omarion issued a statement where he denied Raz’s allegations against Stokes.

“I want to be on the record as saying that ‘Raz-B’ Thornton and Ricardo Thornton are lying regarding Chris Stokes,” Omarion said. “Chris is a father figure to myself and many others in the industry. He’s guided us, helped raised us and is nothing more than an inspiration and someone I respect and look up to. I have spent countless hours, days, weeks and months with the man — since the age of 5 — and have never once seen him behave inappropriately. He’s married to my aunt, and I know this man very well. I stand behind him with no question whatsoever. I have grown up around Chris, and this is crazy to me. These people have damaged me and my reputation. I won’t stand silent and will do all within my means to speak the truth about this matter.”

“I’m Not Gay”


Meanwhile Stokes went on record back in January to deny Raz’s accusations.

“All the allegations they made are false,” said Stokes. “I’m not gay. And I’m married. And I have four kids. I have 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.”

The Millennium began on March 8 and is scheduled to run until April 28. Mario, Pretty Ricky, Bobby V, Chingy and The Ying Yang Twins are all on the lineup.