R&B Star Trey Songz Teases About Alleged Sex Video

Friday February 5, 2021

Trey Songz took to social media to snark about an explicit video that is alleged to be the singer surfaced this week. "On Wednesday afternoon, the singer took to Instagram to share a couple of photos of himself staring at his smartphone with a confused look on his face," reports the website Complex. "The R&B singer was also seen wearing a 'Hoesmad' cap in the photograph, which was simply captioned with a flushed-face emoji."

He neither confirmed nor denied the allegations but ends a string of Instagrams with a suggestion that those curious visit his OnlyFans page.

He also posted an Instagram that linked to his song "Don't Judge" from his 2011 album, "Anticipation II," "but, once again, included nothing more than an emoji in his caption—this time, the suggestive smirk-face emoji," writes Complex.

And he wasn't done. A third Instagram featured the singer limping along with two pics of his hands down his pants while Juvenile's song Juvenile's track "Set It Off" plays in the background. The song contains the lyric: "I walk with a limp, cause my nuts heavy/And I like it from the back so hold your butt steady."

He followed up with a post that showed him smiling and shirtless to promote his OnlyFans account with the words: "Link in bio wit yo curious ass."

"The sex tape rumor began swirling this week after someone shared a video of a woman performing oral sex on a man. Although the man's face never appears in the X-rated footage, many pointed out that his arm tattoos looked very similar to Songz's. Some also noted that the man's voice sounded a lot like the singer's," adds Complex.

In August, a friend of Instagram model Celina Powell named Aliza went public on the podcast NoJumper claiming the singer "urinated on her in a bathtub" and took her phone away during a sexual encounter, reported The Blast.

Songz defended himself on Twitter, writing: "I usually stay quiet on this but I feel that in many ways the movement to fight for the women who actually have suffered harassment and abuse on various levels, has been hijacked by those who find it convenient for themselves to come up as they seek to destroy someone's life."