As we previously reported, Omarion recently spoke out about his relationship with Fizz, his fellow B2K member who recently had a previous relationship with the mother of his two children, Apryl Jones.
Now, during another recent interview while in London, Raz B has chimed in on the situation. Raz B was asked if Fizz and Jones’ relationship made him uncomfortable while being out on tour with B2K.
“Yeah, that whole thing in itself is like…I don’t know what the hell that is,” Raz B responded. “I don’t know if that was just Mona Scott and MTV,” Raz B said, referring to Fizz and Jones’ showcasing their previous relationship on the last season of VH1’s Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood.
“You don’t believe it to be a real thing”,” the interviewer asked Raz B. “I mean, I don’t know what it is because I stayed away from it,” Raz B replied. “It was something there. There was a lot going on that I didn’t know about it. But I know those two particular guys, since we were kids, there was always something with some girl.”
“I remember Fizz got his solo deal first and then he got into his solo album. And then Omarion got…Those two always had something. I don’t know what that is,” Raz B explained.
The interviewer then asked Raz B if Omarion and Fizz were competing with each other. “I don’t know. Maybe Fizz wants to be Omarion,” Raz B said of his fellow B2K member. “I don’t know. I’m not taking shots at my boy. Maybe he wants to be number one. I don’t know.”
“I don’t know, so I can’t really speak on it… but that’s a touchy situation. I don’t care if someone puts a billion dollars in my face, I’m just not touching that. And people want to blame her and people want to blame him. That’s not the case,” Raz B continued.
“There have been internal issues that have been going on since we were kids that I felt like now that certain elements and certain management and past management are out of the way how do we come together as brothers and really deal with it? And if it’s really no love there, when I know there is, then okay cool, so I don’t really know. That’s a weird one.”
Raz B was then asked if he thinks that Omarion announcing the second Millennium Tour sans B2K was an attempt to short-change the group as a revenge to get back at Fizz.
“How is that tour doing?” Raz B then shot back at the interviewer. “We don’t know,” the interviewer replied.
“I mean, that was my contact and my investor, so I still have my hands in things. It looked pretty good,” Raz B explained. ” I called Omarion’s manager and I was like, ‘That’s pretty funny.’ They say they didn’t plan that but [Omarion] is a pretty smart guy, so. I don’t know. That’s their story.”
“That was pretty cool. I thought the [expletive] was funny,” Raz B continued sarcastically before bursting into laughter. The interviewer then followed up and asked Raz B if he’s sure that he didn’t feel a certain way regarding being axed from the follow-up tour.
“Nah because I’m pretty sure Omarion didn’t even really want to do that tour but you want to get your bag up, right? Who knows. I don’t know but I will tell you this, I will never let B2K die. I got something in my sleeve.”
“Told y’all but I’m bitter tho,” Moniece Slaughter, Fizz’s son’s mother commented in the post regarding the interview that was shared by The Shade Room. Slaughter had some issues regarding Fizz and Jones’ relationship and it was captured during the last season of LHHH.
During a recent interview, Omarion discussed his relationship with Fizz.“I don’t have a relationship with Fizz but I think that there should be an opportunity for us to talk, one day,” Omarion said.
“I don’t know when that is but there should be an opportunity… because it’s such a question to people, so it kind of creates this layer of ‘I don’t know.’”
“I want to be clear though. What we and Apryl had is what me and Apryl had,” Omarion continued. “We created something really beautiful. We gave something truly beautiful to each other. That’s really irreplaceable, so at the end of the day even though I have public issues, I wish no ill intent or malice towards anyone.”
Watch the interview with Raz B here.