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Trey Songz Slammed Over Inappropriate Meet & Greets With Fans

Trey Songz was criticized on social media for inappropriately touching fans during his meet and greets on tour.

Trey Songz is being questioned about his behavior with fans while he still has sexual assault cases pending. The R&B singer is currently on his Love Hard tour.

The Shade Room posted photos Songz took with fans during his stop in Baltimore on March 8, and social media users sparked a new inquiry into how Songz interacts with the fans during the meet and greet portion of his concerts.

The tabloid described the pictures as “up close and personal,” with Songz appearing to hold several women in suggestive ways. Some photos even have Songz picking up a fan, while another fan poses while “backing up” on the 39-year-old.

Commenters were quick to note that considering the mounting allegations against the father of one, he should be more careful about how he engages with the women in his fan base.

“Now he know with all them lawsuits, he should NOT be posin[g] with people like this,” expressed a commenter.

Others made jokes about the matter.

“Hope no one paid for this. He’ll touch you inappropriately for free,” said one user.

“Oh look, it’s consensual this time,” mocked another.

Despite the controversies, Songz is continuing on his tour, with no word yet on if he will cool out on the excessive touching with fans.

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Source: Black Enterprise

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