Chris Stokes Denies Molesting B2K in Wake of Reunion Tour

As the The Millennium Tour picks up buzz, B2K’s former manager, Chris Stokes, recently addressed an alarming, decade-old allegation.

The former music mogul was accused of sexual assault in 2007 by his cousin and former boy band member, Raz-B. This crushed all dreams of a reunion after the group’s lead singer, Omarion, went solo in 2004.

Fast forward a couple years, Raz and American Idol contestant, Quindon Tarver, recounted the disturbing details over a phone call. In the seven minute clip, Stokes and R&B star, Marques Houston, were accused of assaulting the group’s members until their rectums bled.

“I used to have f–k Chris all the time,” Raz exclaimed during the time. “He’s what you call an incest perpetrator, dog. Someone’s who’s close to you like a father figure who will straight mislead you and take advantage of you.”

Both singers were adamant about proving their claims that they described Houston’s penis in great detail.

Naturally, Stokes’ name and everything involving B2K has been resurfaced in wake of the reunion tour. The 53-year-old denied the allegations and promoted their tour.

“Negativity I will never play into,” he passionately tweeted and blogged on December 31. “I never hurt any of B2K & Always had their best interest at heart including financially. I forgive any negative energy or tweets! God forgives and so do I. They back! Now stay positive in 2019 & Go get your tix! Enjoy them being back! Much love!”

Marques Houston has been on mute about the situation, instead opted to retweet Chris’ tweets.

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