Trey Songz BANS Dark Skinned Women From His Section In Nightclub: ‘Dark Skin Women Are WEAK’

R&B singer Trey Songz is facing backlash today after a woman took to social media, Media Take Out has learned, and claim Trey refused to let black black women into his section of a nightclub.

According to the woman, Trey’s reason for excluding black women — who are his biggest fanbase — is because dark-skinned black women are “WEAK.” OUTRAGEOUS!!

The woman claimed she saw Trey at a True Lounge in New Jersey – and his department was full of unattractive non-black women.

The stunning ebony beauty decided to add some color to Trey’s department – and asked security to be let in – then reportedly went LEFT!!


The woman explained: “[I thought] Tremaine wouldn’t mind having a chocolate girl in his department as long as she’s beautiful, right? NOT CORRECT”

The woman claimed security refused to let her into Trey’s unit. Moments later, the woman claims security allowed a very unattractive Caucasian woman to hang out with Trey.

The woman says she then spoke to Trey’s security and was told, “Dark women are weak, and he has enough weak girls in his department already.”

Wow. Listen to her story:

Trey Songz is an R&B singer, songwriter, record producer and actor. His debut album, I Gotta Make It, was released in 2005 through Atlantic Records. His follow-up album Trey Day spawned his first Top 20 single Can’t Help but Wait. Songz released his third album, Ready, in 2009 and a single from the album, “Say Aah” (featuring Fabolous), peaked at number 9 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming Songz’s first top 10 hit. Ready was nominated for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance at the 2008 Grammy Awards. The following year, Songz released his highest-charting song to date, “Bottoms Up” (featuring Nicki Minaj) from his fourth studio album, Passion, Pain & Pleasure (2010).


In 2012, Songz released their first number one album, Chapter V, which topped the Billboard 200. The album’s lead single, “Heart Attack,” was nominated for Best R&B Song at the 2013 Grammy Awards. Songz subsequently released his sixth studio album Trigga in 2014, his seventh studio album Tremaine in 2017, and his eighth studio album Back Home in 2020. He has sold over 25 million records worldwide as singles and albums

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