Trey Songz Trashes Venue After His Music Gets Turned Off In Detroit
Trey Songz made fans go ape sh*t when he took to the Internet to reveal his trademark cornrows, making everyone believe he'd be returning to his Trey Day roots, and while Mr. Steal Yo Girl could very well be working on a new music, right now he's trashing venues.
Fans at Detroit's Joe Louis Arena saw another side of Tremaine when the Virginia born singer-scribe proceeded to damage items on stage after promoters turned off his music for going over his designated time. Prior to, the "Neighbors Know My Name" singer warned that he would take drastic measures if he couldn't give fans the best show he knew how.
Unfortunately, venue owners had a schedule to maintain and cut off Trey's music, and as promised, he commenced with an outburst that is out of character for the normally calm, and charming crooner.
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So in America, you can't destroy property that doesn't belong to you and if you do, you'll most likely get arrested, which is what happened Wednesday night (Dec. 28) after his performance. According to the Associated Press, Trey, real name Tremaine Neverson threw microphones and speakers with one of the objects hitting a police sergeant in the head.
Songz faces malicious destruction of property and resisting and obstructing charges.