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Trey Songz got threatened by Foogiano over Renni Rucci’s Instagram Story

About Trey Songz

On November 28, 1984, Tremaine Aldon Neverson was born. Trey Songz is an American singer, songwriter, and actor who goes by the stage name Trey Songz. Atlantic Records released his debut album, I Gotta Make It, in 2005. Trey Day, his sophomore album, yielded his first top 20 hits, “Can’t Help but Wait.”

Songz’s third album, Ready, was released in 2009, and one of the album’s singles, “Say Aah,” reached No. 9 on the Billboard Hot 100, making it Songz’s first top 10 hits. At the 2008 Grammy Awards, Ready was nominated for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance. Songz’s highest-charting song to date, “Bottoms Up” featuring rapper Nicki Minaj from his fourth studio album, Passion, Pain & Pleasure, was released the following year.

Trey and Foogiano

Trey Songz has gotten on the wrong side of Foogiano.

The Back Home singer sparked outrage on Saturday when he posted an Instagram picture of a scantily clad Renni Rucci, who is rumored to be dating Foogiano while he is incarcerated. Trey shared the photo on his Instagram stories, prompting rumors that he was practicing for his shot.

 

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Trey Songz is expected to live up to the R&B heartthrob image he developed when he first came into the game. It does, however, seem to get him into trouble with other women’s boyfriends from time to time. The rapper took to Instagram last night to upload a Renni Rucci thirst trap to his Instagram Story. Trey’s lack of clarification left room for speculation, and it seems that a few people, including Renni’s boyfriend, mistook it for the R&B singer taking his shot.

Trey’s IG post did not sit well with Foogiano, who is reportedly incarcerated. Despite the rapper’s lack of social media access, his staff appears to have posted two messages on his behalf.

Foogiano, who is linked to Gucci Mane’s 1017 Records, certainly heard about Trey’s post and sent two stern messages from behind bars. “Slap the shit out of you when I get out @treysongz,” the first message read. Foogiano warned via Instagram stories, “From The Mayor.”

The latter was a video that Foogiano’s team had posted: “You’re a scumbag, Trey. When I catch you, kid, I’m going to slap the fuck out of you,” Foogiano said through a jail phone. “You’d better bring a lot of protection… With yo old butt, I’ll slap the fuck out of them, too. You ain’t going to sing when I catch your bitch ass, boy.” Sangin ass n***a, you ain’t going to sing when I catch your bitch ass.

Trey has yet to respond directly to Foogiano’s threats, but fans believe he isn’t taking the alert seriously. Trey shared another Instagram photo of himself grinning from ear to ear shortly after Foogiano’s team sent the messages. “Picture that,” he wrote alongside a smiling weeping emoji in the caption.