A leaked sex tape believed to feature Trey Songz went viral on Twitter on February 3, 2021. According to Black Sports Online, the 36-year-old “Can’t Help but Wait” singer is trying to get the video immediately removed from the Internet.
While Songz, whose real name is Tremaine Aldon Neverson, did not confirm it was him in the video, he appeared to be shocked by what he was seeing on his phone on Wednesday. He posted two reaction photos on his Instagram page with the only caption being a wide-eyed surprised face emoji.
Heavy will not link to the sex tape, but it was less than 30 seconds and features a man receiving a sexual favor from a woman. The man’s face does not appear on camera.
Songz’s comments section on Instagram blew up with users online asking him to admit if it’s him in the video. One person commented, “Sir. Is it you or is it ain’t? This is a safe place,” while another wrote, “You know it’s youuu booooo.”
The Reaction to the Leaked Sex Tape was Highly Complimentary
Whether or not it is Songz in the leaked sex tape, the reaction to the video was highly complimentary. Numerous women on Twitter shared jokes and memes about heading over the singer’s house to find out if was Songz in the sex tape.
One user online tweeted, “I been knew Trey Songz was packin but after seeing that video I-”
One woman tweeted, “God has favorites and Trey Songz was one of em,” while another user online tweeted, “Tremaine (Trey Songz), songs hit a likkle different for me nowwww. I want him to sing #Sexroom for me NEEOOOWWW.”
Many Twitter users lamented that they weren’t able to find the video online as Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram kept removing the NSFW video from their platform. One woman tweeted, “I just need to see the Trey Songz video… & we can all have a great day,” while another person said, “I’ve been looking for that Trey Songz video for 5 minutes and still no luck I’m tired,” with a series of bawling face emojis.
Songz Has Been All Over the News Lately & Not for Great Reasons
While attending the Kansas City Chiefs NFL playoff game at Arrowhead Stadium on January 24, Songz was arrested by the Kansas City Police after he got into an altercation with an officer after refusing to put on his face mask. The singer, who tested positive for COVID-19 in November, was charged with two misdemeanors and a felony, the Daily Mail reported.
Footage of the “Say Aah” singer’s altercation with the police officer was captured by TMZ. The outlet reported that he was put on a 24-hour hold and was released from custody the following morning.
Less than a week later, on February 1, Songz was once again spotted out without wearing a face mask, as reported by OK! magazine. He was photographed at a Las Vegas house party living it up with Toochi Kash and Chris Kash.