Wow, this Chris Stokes and B2K situation has gotten a little weird.
After leaked video footage made its way to the internet over the weekend, that showed B2K’s Raz B and his brother Ricardo Thorton claiming that Chris Stokes had sexually molested them as teenagers, the internet was talking.
Now, in a video posted on YouTube the day after Christmas, Raz B is seen issuing a public apology to both Chris Stokes and Marques Houston, calling his previous comments “not true.”
“I would like to send a public apology for some tapes that were leaked without my authority. I just wanna say that those allegations are not true with Chris Stokes and Marques Houston,” Raz says in the video. “I apologize for any hurt that this has caused publicly, financially…”
The apology comes on the heels of Stokes threatening legal action through statements in the media.
At press time, it is not immediately known if Stokes plans to move forward with any legal proceedings against Raz B and his brother.
Stokes, however, responded to the apology Thursday (December 27), saying that he was happy Raz admitted to lying. “I’m happy that Demario ‘Raz B’ Thorton and Ricardo Thorton realized their mistakes and admitted to lying. I have always supported my family and have always been a stand up person. I knew that the truth would eventually come to light,” said Stokes.