'Insecure' Star Sarunas J. Jackson Calls Out Trey Songz for Trying to Intimidate and Fight Women Instead of Men

While appearing on the 'Guys Next Door' podcast, 'Insecure' Star Sarunas J. Jackson called out singer Treyz Songz for trying to fight women.

Sarunas J. Jackson problem with Trey Songz
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Sarunas J. Jackson problem with Trey Songz

Insecure star Sarunas J. Jackson has a problem with Trey Songz, which he explained on a recent episode of the Guys Next Door podcast, the actor explained why.

During his conversation with hosts Mack Wilds, Mouse Jones, and FlyRy, Jackson detailed a run-in he had with the singer, where he witnessed Songz intimidating a woman and trying to fight her, but not keeping that same energy with men.


“I seen this one, Trey, Trey Songz, bitch ass n***a, try to press women, you know what I’m saying? But then turn down a fade when a n***a came up to him for the fade, turned it down,” the actor said in the clip above. “I’m not cool with n****s like that.”

Jackson continued, “If he wants to fight women and stuff like that—to me, I can’t operate like that, because you get so many of those and especially once they there and it’s like, it’s unfortunate because I’m a fan!… I can separate the man from the artist, but sometimes it starts getting a little too muddy for me.”

These latest comments saw Jackson double down on his sentiments towards Trey Songz. A few months ago, he also called out Songz when his sexual assault allegations were brought to the light.

“HE IS A BITCH!! FUCK THAT BITCH ASS! Hope he gets what he deserves,” he wrote at the time. “Can’t stand his disrespectful bitch ass. Fuck him.”

Songz was accused of raping a woman at his home in a $20 million sexual assault case that was filed against him. He’s being sued by a woman who claims that she began a consensual relationship with the artist, but things turned sour in 2016, leading to her assault. The case is ongoing.

Listen to the rest of the Boys Next Door podcast with Sarunas J. Jackson below.

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