Although Ne-Yo told the hosts of “The Breakfast Club” that he told Trey Songz directly that he felt his music has an “emotional disconnect,” Songz says that is not the case.
Speaking with radio jocks at San Francisco’s KMEL, Trey seemed a bit offended at the accusation and the manner in which it was expressed, which he called “a sucker move.”
Here are some portions of the interview (courtesy of NecoleBitchie.com):
On Ne-yo’s recent comments on The Breakfast Club about Trey not reaching his full potential yet:
I’ma talk to Ne-yo when I see him. It ain’t even that. The thing is that Ne-yo knows me. Ain’t no need to have that conversation for the world to hear, you know. And I feel like that’s a sucker move.
On whether or not Ne-yo told him how he felt personally:
No he has not. It’s all good though. I’m a real nigga. They gon’ take shots.
Just what the world needed: another R&B beef. D’Angelo, where are you? Can you please, please, just hand the album to the label already? Let these younger crooners know what the fans actually care to hear.
— Michael Arceneaux
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