The singer said Stokes has been a father figure to him and the group, and that his manager never engaged in any activity unbefitting to a minor. Sullivan confirmed that a reality show featuring the former B2K members has been in the works but is currently up in the air due to the fallout from the allegations. Meanwhile, Kevin Sullivan, Raz-B's business partner and the COO of their company, Raz Beatz Entertainment, said Wednesday that the singer is not ready to elaborate on his video allegations at this point, but that he is conferring with lawyers and preparing a statement that will possibly help explain his claims. Jersey Shore: So at this point, they felt they could just do whatever they feel it would take to get the money. In the second part of the video, Raz-B is seen arguing with an unidentified woman, who appears to be referring to how upset Stokes is by the allegations.
They really have incriminated themselves in many, many ways.
The pair later provide what they claim is a confession from Stokes, in which a man identified as the manager says, "I don't do that anymore. It's ridiculous. I just don't do that in my life anymore. He's married to my aunt, and I know this man very well.
Omarion also issued a statement on Wednesday, in which he defended Stokes against the allegations.