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Why can’t R&B cats just get along? Former B2K member, Raz B is set to expose the likes of Omarion (aka Maybach O), Chris Brown, Ray J, Bow Wow —and anyone else he can think of— in his new book This Boy’s Life. According to reports, the 26-year-old will unveil all the tawdry details of same-sex encounters both inside and outside of his former group.

In an excerpt posted on All Hip Hop, Raz wastes no time throwing  his one-time group member under the bus. “There were no girls; there were no breaks, and absolutely NO meat. Our diet was so strict that I remember passing out during rehearsals because of our heavily restricted diet,” he writes.“…Me and [J] Boog  resisted the most. [Lil] Fizz and Omari (Omarion) however seemed a lot easier to take advantage of. I suspect it was because Fizz was so much younger and Omari was just gay.”

He also had some choices words for Ray J.  “Ray J was cool at first. I was under the impression that he wanted to help me. But just like with Whitney [Houston] he was just looking for someone to use. Ray J said that he was mad about how Chris did us and other artist, but Ray J just wanted airtime,” he continues. “Ray J made a diss song about Chris being gay, but that’s the kettle calling the pot black.”

Raz is no stranger to stirring up trouble. Back in 2010 he lashed out at Bishop Eddie Long for his many alleged s-xual rendezvous with men belonging to his congregation.

This dude has too much time on his hands.

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