Singer Omarion Confirms ‘Something Bad’ Happened To Group Member Raz-B While In Group, Singer Says He’s Didn’t See Anything, But Something Definitely Happened

R&B group B2K was one of the few successful boy bands to become bonafide stars in their heyday and they’ve still been active even til this day. That activity has been marred by the normal ups and downs of group life, but there’s always been bombshell allegations lurking in the background. Raz B’s lows have been epic and time has shown that he may have at least one ally – Omarion.

The group’s consistently been active, along with their producer and manager, Chris Stokes. Though Stokes has largely shifted the majority of his success to the film and TV businesses, a lot of the talent that has been associated with him over the years have often come into the public sphere of attention for actions other than their music or otherwise.

Former IMx member Marques Houston, a group that was put together and influenced heavily by Stokes, is another part of that clique that has come under fire recently for some moves that he’s made with his now-wife.

Back in March 2019, Houston made a post on Instagram that said, “She said ‘YES’,” announcing his engagement to the world. The woman’s name is Miya Houston on Instagram, but internet sleuths were able to deduce that her real name was Miyana Juanita Dickey. They allegedly first started dating in September 2018 though not many people knew of her age at the beginning.

“can someone please explain why Marques Houston, a 38 year old geezer, is engaged to a 19 year old girl who he allegedly knew before she was 18? They announced they were in a relationship 11 days after she turned 18 last october, and now comments on the pdfile’s insta are limited.”

Another added dimension then riled up people even more – apparently, Miyana aka Miya was reported missing back in 2016, according to the National Missing Person Directory website. It seems that Miyana was adopted by another family in Bend, OR and that’s who she then ran away from.

Houston told his fans on Instagram, “I met Miya in 2018 through a mutual friend. Never before then, did I even know she existed.” He further goes on to state that they met at a Jehovah’s Witness convention, of which Houston is a well-known member of – and apparently Miya is as well.

When Raz B’s allegations first hit the net, the clique of Stokes and others became very tight-lipped and mostly tried to keep their distance from Raz’s public woes. When the group decided to reunite to tour in 2019, it became apparent that the issues weren’t resolved, with Raz leaving the tour.

In a resurfaced clip however, it should have been noted that at least one group member from Raz’s former days has thrown in their support for the troubled singer. Omarion, notorious for being private on social media, told DJ Vlad that he’s since changed his mind about support for his band member.

“I definitely think something happened to him,” Omarion quipped when asked about Raz.

“I don’t know what happened to him, but I think something happened to him. I don’t think it’s for me to say whether or not anything happened [between Raz and Chris]. I didn’t see anything happen, so I don’t know. I can’t speak fact. That’s why I like to speak facts, so I don’t know. But I feel like the way he responds to certain things, something traumatic has definitely happened.”

See the clip below.

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