R&B singer Trey Songz went all-out for his son Noah's second birthday. The Soul Train Music Award winner shared pics from the celebration on social media, which included some adorable matching outfits for father and son.
Trey Songz Celebrates A Big Day With His Son Noah
Trey Songz and his 2-year-old son Noah had their family drip on-point with matching Jordan sneakers, Givenchy shorts, chains and Elmo t-shirts. They even had identical cornrows. Noah’s mother, model Caro Colon, and Trey celebrated the kid’s birthday in style on a perfect sunny day with family and friends.
“Turn up my boy!!!”
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Trey Songz Claps Back At Foogiano Over Renni Rucci
Trey recently got into it with hip-hop artist Foogiano. The popular crooner had a response aimed at the jailed rap artist over showing love to his girlfriend and musician Renni Rucci on social media. Foogiano said he’d slap the singer.
“😂 picture dat.”
Foogiano Threatens To Slap Trey Songz
The drama initially started courtesy of Songz going to his Instagram Story to show love to various hip-hop women. Coincidentally, one of those ladies happened to be Foo’s boo Renni Rucci.
Foogiano, who is signed to Gucci Mane’s 1017 Records, apparently caught wind of Trey’s post and sent two strongly worded messages from jail. The first was sent in text form: “Slap the sh*t out you when I get out @treysongz. From The Mayor,” Foogiano warned via Instagram stories. The second was a video that was posted by Foogiano’s team: “Trey, you a b*tch. I’m gonna slap the f*ck outta you when I catch you, boy,” Foogiano said through a jail phone. “You better have a lot of security with you … I’ll slap the f*ck out them, too, with yo old a**. Sangin a** n***a, you ain’t gonna sing when I catch your b*tch a**, boy.” (Complex)
Songz might have time on his side. In mid-March 2021, Foo found himself behind bars after being arrested by federal agents.
U.S. Marshals in Tennessee have arrested Georgia rapper Foogiano, who was wanted for nearly three months after violating his probation by melting off his court-ordered ankle monitor and disappearing, according to authorities. The rapper (real name: Kwame Khalil Brown) was arrested by a U.S. Marshal’s Office task force Thursday in Memphis on a fugitive from justice warrant, The Athens Banner-Herald reported Monday (March 15), citing Memphis police. (Billboard)