R&B poptart and "BQ Sex Siren" realness Trey Songz appears on London breakfast radio to promote his new album Chapter V. For those of you who love Trey Songz's sexy voice, you will love the wide-ranging interview. His Treyness discusses everything from his favorite attribute —"My smile. I love my smile!"—to his smartphone addiction and tour plans.
There is cute exchange at top where Trey discusses "Trey's Angels"—the name for female Songz fans—and says he doesn't mind if the two male co-hosts or male fans are also called "Angels." It's a really fun interview and you can see that Trey is enjoying himself—after several awkward moments while on the promo tour.
Do you have about six or seven minutes? You really owe it to yourself to listen to this bizarre and confusing radio interview with the singer at the center of the Chris Brown gay rumors.
New singer-songwriter Martyn has previously claimed on Twitter and via representatives that the rumors of a "down low" relationship with Chris Brown were indeed true. Over the course of seven minutes, Martyn reaffirms this, then denies it, then claims he "was just repeating what other people were saying" and ultimately says is was "sarcasm."
"But some of it is true!" adds Martyn. "But most of it is not! We had a twitter conversation ... but it was changed!"
Martyn implies that he may have been "paid" to keep quiet. Oh and no comment on Trey Songz. Too bad! Listen AFTER THE JUMP ...
Chris Brown has tweeted an angry denial over an internet rumor that claimed he was involved in an ongoing "downlow" relationship with an up-and-coming male singer ... and on the "receiving end" of the man-sex. The rumor was sparked by (obviously faux) alleged screenschots of a series of private Twitter messages.
"I got a nigga lying out here for two minutes of fame," Brown tweeted. "That's a pause moment my G. I'll let my lawyers handle it from here."
Martyn claims the screenshots are legitimate and also boasts of affairs with "BQ Sex Sirens" Trey Songz and Omarion. Brown allegedly refers to the Trey Songz jump off in another purported tweet ... and allegedly compliments Martyn's vocal and lyrical talents on the newbie's "debut single".
What's more unbelivable? That Breezy would tweet xxx messages to someone that he doesn't even follow? Or that people actually fall for this ish? SMDH.
Jamaica: Student "forced to flee dorm" after students share his videotaped same-sex fantasies . "The tape, which made its rounds on the campus in late November into early December, was about 30 minutes long and involved the student sharing deep secrets and fantasies with the boy he thought was his new-found friend." [The student shared] the names of those he found attractive. [He] revealed that he had a crush on his roommate, but admitted that he could not make a move as his roommate 'is not into those type of things.'"
After sadistic gay-bashing gang initiation, Bronx residents discuss tolerance. "The town hall-style meeting was held a short walk from the vacant house where several young men were viciously beaten in early October. While condemning the attacks, the Bronx Community Pride Center hopes some good can come of them; that the attacks can kick-start a borough-wide conversation and ultimately prevent future hate crimes."
Federal judge hears spousal benefits case: "[Karen] Golinski is suing the Office of Personnel Management and its openly gay director, John Berry, over its refusal to authorize the coverage. The office has argued that the federal Defense of Marriage Act bars the government from recognizing same-sex unions. Golinski works as a staff attorney for the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, and her boss, Chief Judge Alex Kozinski, has twice ordered the office to allow her to add her wife of almost two-and-half years to her employer-sponsored family health plan."
"BQ Sex Siren" Trey Songz goes "Bottoms Up": "Oils, a professional massage chair and a delectable kiss to the neck. "
Marine investigated for allegedly appearing in internet gay porn:
"Sgt. Matthew W. Simmons [alleged] screen name is 'Christian
Jade.' The investigation was prompted in part by alleged evidence Simmons wore
his Marine uniform 'in some of these productions.'"
R&B poptart and "BQ Sex Siren" realness Trey Songz covers the newest issue of Billboard and manages to keep his clothes on. But the interview details how Trey's abs, pecs and NC-17 lyrics were carefully choreographed into a major selling point.
Songz was willing to submit himself to the kind of wholesale
reinvention that's usually the provenance of single-named female pop
stars: He changed his look from head to toe -- lopping off those braids,
for starters -- put crooning about love on the back burner and started
singing about sex. Lots and lots of sex. "The public
likes generic more than they like to admit, so that's what I gave them
-- I gave them sexual singles and they ate it up," Songz says about the
string of blatantly sexed-up hits from "Ready." "I gave them two whole
albums before this one -- on one I talked about a mother's love for her
son and a father not being there, and on the other I made a song about
safe sex. They were well accepted but not as much as the records on
'Ready.' The singles were purposely very sexual to capture people's
Don't forget this:
Between albums, Songz went through a fairly dramatic physical makeover.
He chopped his braids down to a low cut and traded his baggy jeans,
white-on-white Nike Air Force Ones and tank tops for custom-fitted suit
pants, button-ups and hard-bottom shoes. He also began hitting the gym
and bulking up, building definition in his arms and torso, which he
decorated with tattoos. When "Ready" came out, he looked less like a
high school boy and more like a man.
There's also a he-said, he-said version of why Trey Songz decided to go cut his braids. Oh and more on the new "Bottoms Up" track with bi-friendly rap starlet Nicki Minaj. Heeheee.
Ridiculously cute Desmond Daniels strips down for his latest YouTube. "You're probably wondering why my shirt's off ... because today I'm going to cover Trey Songz' 'Panty Droppa'! So you already know what's good."
Small "riot" erupts at Taste of Chicago as restless crowd awaits Trey Songz. " Five people waiting in line for the concert were treated for
heat-related illnesses and multiple ambulances [were] dispatched. As the jammed throng grew increasingly agitated before a line of mounted
police, one Chicago policeman muttered, 'There’s a
riot going on.'"