Just like his song says “Bottoms up. Bottoms up. Throw your hands up. Tell security we ‘bout to tear this club up”-that really happened.
Yurrrrrhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, really. It did.
On December 28, R & B heart throb Trey Songz was out in Detroit getting his “Elvis” on and being threatened for having with a good time.
Reportedly, due to curfew, official threatened to have the plug pulled at the sight of any gyrating, obscene gestures or words, butts and whatnot for [his] ‘taking too much time.’
Allegedly, the singer struck an officer and caused a concussion when that officer moved in to arrest him.
The charges against him carry possible prison sentences.
In the words of my fave by the heart throb, the Can’t Hardly Wait singer (whose real name is Tremaine Neverson) was released on bond just yesterday and soon to start the new year off in court on January 5, 2017.
It’s just like our girl T-Baby’nem sang back in Internet good times’ time (MySpace days): It’s So Cold in the ‘D’ it’s cold in the ‘D,’ maine. It’s cold in the D!