Raz B has spoken out about why he quit and rejoined the Millennium Tour with his group B2K.
TMZ recently caught up with the singer and asked him a few questions regarding the tour.
“The Millennium Tour is [in] full effect. All four B2K members will be there doing our thing,” Raz B said.
The singer who has previously lived overseas said that he needs to find the right security.”Realistically I have to find the right security guard, and I haven’t found the right one yet,” he explained.
Raz B then answered, “yes,” to being asked if he feels underappreciated on the tour.
“I’ve been living out of the country for a long time, so being in America to me is unsafe,” Raz B said while circling back to why exactly he felt unsafe, after being asked several times.
Raz B then went on to express B2K’s adoration for each other and how they’ve grown.”We love each other and we learned how to communicate,” he said. “It’s a long tour, so I’m sure we’ll have a bunch of more conversations.”
The singer who was walking with a woman, who he referred to as “baby” had a message for his fans.
“I love y’all and thank you for supporting me. I will be at the Millennium Tour,” Raz B said.
When asked about his ex-manager and cousin, Chris Stokes, who Raz B claimed allegedly molested him, the singer remained silent.
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