Trey Songz seemed to make a gay Freudian slip while being interviewed.
In the older but still newsworthy interview for Montreality in 2010, his question seems to speak volumes on where his mind focuses.
“Whose your favorite model in the game right now – the modeling game?” the interviewer asked.
“Ah, female?” Trey Songz asked.
“Yeah,” said the interviewer.
“Ah, my favorite model in the game right now?” the R&B singer asked.
He paused for an answer.
“Selita Ebanks,” he later said.
A person might wonder why Trey Songz had to clarify what gender model the interviewer was asking about.
His entire public image is about how many women he can entice to “bang” and looking like a “straight” macho man. A man trying to portray this image would not normally even consider picking out a favorite male model during a public event.
However, Selita is more of an actress than a model.
She also played a phoenix in Kanye West’s movie Runaway that incorporated Satanic and Illuminati New World Order imagery themes and symbols.
If one watches the whole interview with Trey Songz, one sees that he does not hesitate much for any answer except this question.
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He admitted in another interview, which can be seen in the link above, that he has performed gay acts, but in the same sitting, tried to act as if he was still “straight.”
Allegedly, he is bisexual and had a gay affair with Will Smith several months ago.
Songz has also been linked to gay relationships with Ne-Yo and Drake.
See our other articles for more details on the subject.
Video of the model question from the interview:
Full Trey Songz interview video:
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