Trey Songz is facing numerous sexual assault allegations in various states. He’s got at least one person in his corner as the R&B singer’s brother Ruski took to social media Tuesday night (February 15) to defend his brother’s honor from the frightening allegations made against him.
In addition to lawsuits in Las Vegas and Miami stemming from a Diddy New Year’s Eve party, Trey Songz is now under fire for allegedly “anally raping” a girl under the alias of Jane Doe at a Los Angeles house party in 2016. According to TMZ, the $20 million suit states they initially had a consensual sexual relationship before he turned into a “savage rapist.”
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“Y’all have these wild misconceptions that [Trey Songz] has all these rape allegations when he doesn’t,” Trey’s brother posted to his Instagram Story. “All the ones you’ve been seeing are from the same lawyer. How on earth is that not coincidental to y’all?”
Reps for Trey Songz vehemently denied the latest rape claims in a statement to Billboard.
Ruski then reacted to fans bringing up the time when Keke Palmer took aim at Trey Songz for putting her likeness in a video without her consent and using “sexual intimidation” tactics when she was resorted to “hiding in a closet” to avoid being in the Fabolous-assisted “Pick Up the Phone (Remix)” video in 2017.
“[Keke Palmer] never accused him of anything sexual,” he explained. “She was speaking to his energy and desire to have her in a music video she didn’t want to be in. And again, that is her prerogative!”
Ruski also addressed how The Shade Room‘s posts are unfair to his brother and the lawyer involved in the rape cases is looking to extort Trey. However, he did admit that the “Nana” singer beat up a cop at a Kansas City Chiefs game last year following an altercation.