Trey Songz is reportedly in a gay relationship with Will Smith.
The singer and movie star/rapper were spending time together in Miami in September when news about Smith allegedly separating from his wife Jada Pinkett Smith surfaced.
Looking back on Trey Songz’s past interviews brought up the fact that he admitted publicly to engaging in gay acts.
A reporter in Atlanta, Trey “Destiny” Mallows, asked Trey Songz about gay rumors in October, 2007.
He told Mallows: “I ain’t gay man. Naw no way. I don’t know where people get that from.
“I mean when I was in high school, me and some of my guys messed around, but I don’t see that as gay. I was just finding myself.
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“I don’t think I’m that way dude. It aint for me.”
Around the time of the interview, Trey Songz and singer Ne-Yo were publicly fighting with each other.
However, one of Trey’s close friends, a 22-year-old woman who wanted to remain anonymous, told MediaTakeOut.com at that time that the feud was just a cover-up for Trey and Ne-Yo’s gay relationship.
She reportedly witnessed them having sex, holding hands and Ne-Yo playing with Trey’s hair.
Also, it was alleged that Trey Songz is notorious for having numerous one-night stands with men and women.
Troy Taylor, a record company executive and mentor to the Trey Songz told the National Enquirer in September: “I know that Trey and Will [Smith] have been friends for a very long time, but I can’t speak to the nature of their relationship. It’s none of my business.”
Taylor was reportedly a gay lover of both Trey and R&B singer Brandon Hines.
Last year, it was reported that Trey dated Hines.
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