Over the last few weeks ex-B2K star Raz B has been on a viral rampage accusing Marques Houston and Chris Stokes of countless instances of molestation. But one of the victims he broadcasted via World Star Hip-Hop, Quindon Tarver, is not happy with the way his business has been aired. Read below for his official statement regarding his taped conversations with Raz B.
In regards to the videos leaked over the net recently by DeMario “Raz B” Thornton, I would like to first start off by saying that it was never intentional, on my part, for that conversation to have been made public. I had no clue our conversation was being recorded, nor did I know it would wound up on the internet. I was under the impression that Raz B and myself were having a private conversation, nothing more or less.
In 2008, I spoke in-depth to VIBE magazine regarding the painful experiences in my past while under Chris Stokes label. I had no intentions of making public discussion of the incident since that story. I have also cooperated with law enforcement since the incident, and have absolutely given the situation completely over to God. It was never my intention to attract negative publicity for any of the parties involved. As far as the “scandal” goes, I am done with it. I’m busy in the studio working on new music, and my God-given gift is what will make room for me.
I truly appreciate the tremendous outpour of support and love I’ve been receiving lately, but it is not my intention to harm or humiliate anyone. As I’ve stated before, my past is the past and that’s where I’m going to leave it. It’s now in God’s hands, and He’ll handle the matter accordingly.