Former Manager Chris Stokes Denies Molesting B2K In The Wake Of New Tour
B2K fans are totally hyped that finally their favorite early 2000s band are getting back together. The Millennium Tour is set to come to a city near you in 2019. But with the excitement there is also controversy. In 2007, band member Raz-B accused his cousin and former manager, Chris Stokes, of sexual assault. He also accused teen star Marques Houston of abusing him too.
Lil Fizz and J-Boog later refused to work with Chris Stokes or Marques Houston, which led to the demise of the group. Although Raz B has claimed all the members of B2K were sexually abused by Stokes and Houston, the rest of the group are yet to speak out.
After the split Omarion chose to stay with Stokes and let him manage his solo career. Although Raz-B bravely spoke about the abuse he allegedly suffered at the time, he was cruelly mocked online. But in the wake of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movement his claims are being taken more seriously.