Mr. Steal Your Girl stopped by The Breakfast Club (Power 105.1) and dished on more than just “Slow Motion” taking over as number 1 on the charts. In a very candid interview, Trey Songz addresses his role with SX Liquors, his relationship status (he has a special someone, but the title isn’t there due to the nature of public opinion) as well as his objectification. Yes, men can be objectified as well. Trey also clears up the air on the Travis Scott “F!ck Trey Songz” Virginia incident. Scott apologized via a DM. Things are “cool”.
What was particular interesting in this interview is Tremaine’s honesty about his personal life and where children fall into it. Recalling his mother’s want for him to have a child, Trey let’s fans in on his private life. The heartthrob has had his share in fraudulent paternity tests and he even is considering filing a restraining order against a stalker (It is getting real in these entertainment streets). Things get a tad bit serious when Mr. Neverson touches on the idea he steals girlfriends and how a media outlet’s quest to generate hits selfishly placed the blame of a suicide on his shoulders. I consider myself emerged in pop culture and had no idea Songz encountered half of the things he did . This goes to show you that if privacy is what celebrities want, they can achieve it.
Check out the interview…