Trey Songz appears to be highly amused at the claims of his sex tape allegedly leaking online, as he’s trolled the situation by releasing an explicit song titled Brain.
Footage leaked on social media this week allegedly showing the Can’t Help But Wait singer sharing an intimate moment with a mystery woman.
As the leak became a trending topic, Trey didn’t directly address the video but shared several posts clearly laughing it all off.
On Wednesday evening, he directed his 12 million Instagram followers over to his OnlyFans page where he was going live.
‘You say they leaked what baby I’m outchea…,’ Trey joked.
The 36-year-old singer also shared a video of himself walking with the caption: ‘I walk wit a limp cause… link in bio wit [sic] yo curious ass,’ along with pictures of his hands down his pants.
Another post showed him looking at his phone with a shocked expression on his face, no doubt much like his fans who watched the alleged sex tape.
In perhaps the biggest trolling moment of all, Trey then released a previously unheard song called Brain – make of that what you will.
Lyrics on the sultry R&B track include: ‘F****n’ you all day / I can’t get off my brain / Can’t get enough of when you on your knees / And I know it’s only just a tease.’
Reacting to the song, one amused fan joked: ‘Now Tremaine you’ve surpassed out of pocket.’
One gave Trey props for the tongue-in-cheek song title and replied: ‘I had a feeling a new song was dropping and it just so happen to be called brain….. that’s a no brainer literally.’
Another stated: ‘Accurate title,’ while one fan admitted: ‘I hate you and love you at the same time.’
Trey, real name Tremaine Neverson, is clearly in better spirits following his arrest in January at an AFC championship game in Kansas City. Footage emerged of an alleged altercation with a police officer.
A police spokesperson told AP that Trey was taken into custody for allegedly not following coronavirus protocols and other rules.
The singer was released while an investigation continues but no charges have been filed.
Credit: Original article published here.