Omarion and his B2K bandmates have, to put it mildly, had a difficult past. Fans had anticipated seeing the quartet reunite for the Millennium Tour, though. Omarion explained the lengths he and his staff took to try to give the people what they wanted, even if there were still obstacles in the way of making that happen.
Omarion stated that he charged his old band mates a few thousand dollars to call him and start planning their Millennium Tour reunion in an interview with The Shade Room. Omarion claimed that he did it to determine how serious the other members of the group were.
Even the interviewer thought it was a bit crazy, seeing as the band mates had had some long history working together. This new piece of information was first made public on his docu-series “Omega: The Gift & The Curse.” And apparently, quite a number of folks were in support of the singer’s actions in the comment section of the Instagram post made by the aforementioned media outlet.
Ace record producer, Hitmaka, chimed in with his two cents of validation, writing, “If it ain’t money in the text, don’t send it.” And from the number of likes on his comment, he did not seem to be alone on that train of thought. Check it out below.