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'Insecure' Actor Sarunas J. Jackson Calls Trey Songz a 'Bitch Ass N-gga' for Trying 'To Fight Women'



A lot of people are upset by Trey Songz's ongoing alleged acts of sexual assault. Dylan Gonzalez, a former UNLV athlete, accused the R&B star of raping her in Las Vegas, and more accusations of sexual assault followed.


Trigga has denied all of the claims, but some people have seen him in action and say otherwise. Sarunas J. Jackson, star of Insecure, was a guest on the Guys Next Door podcast on Monday (March 21) and described a time he watched the singer confront a woman without getting into a fight with a man. The behavior of Trey was not something Jackson could respect, according to him.


“Some of them be doing crazy shit like I said, I had some run-ins, and they do that thing where they were trying to sell this tough guy scene, like this one, Trey,” Jackson said. “Trey Songz, bitch ass n-gga, tried to press women, you know what I’m saying, but then would turn down the fade when a n-gga came up to him for the fade, turned it down.”



He continued, “I’m not cool with n-ggas like that. I’ll try to knock the n-gga out, keep running. But like it’s just if he wants to fight women and stuff, that to me I can’t operate like that because you get so many of those. Especially once they there and it’s like unfortunate because it’s like ‘Damn n-gga I’m a fan of this shit.’ If you talented, bro, I can separate the man from the artist sometimes.


“Sometimes it starts getting a little too muddy for me, but it’s unfortunate when you like ‘Damn, bruh, I really fuck with this n-gga shit for years.”



Trey Songz is currently facing a $20 million lawsuit after he was accused of raping a woman in her anus at a Los Angeles house party in 2016. TMZ reports that a woman identified as Jane Doe claimed Songz raped her at the house party in 2016. She said they once had a consensual relationship before Trey Songz became a "savage rapist."


“Victims are coming forward every day,” Ariel Mitchell, the attorney defending the unidentified woman, said in a statement. “Just know you are not alone, and this behavior is unacceptable. George Vrabeck and I will not be deterred by bullying or intimidation tactics and will continue our pursuit of Justice for sexual assault victims of Trey Songz.”