"Just cause you give someone food and alcohol and throw in a little sexual intimidation doesn't mean they will buckle," the singer/actress continued. "Yet, you still disrespected me as a young women, whom you've known since she was TWELVE. YOU STILL, defied my wishes and in turn showed your lack of respect for a brand that took me fourteen years to build and put me in the video against my wishes. Come on bruh, I clearly said no and you said okay, yet I was being secretly filmed when you told me 'let me just show you the idea'?? Wow.
"This is the sexism and misogyny I refer to because if I was a dude, he wouldn’t have even tried me like this. Let this be a lesson to all, I’m not for the bullshit. I’m serious about my business and you will not use my likeness without MY permission. When you in front of a boss you treat them like one, like I treat YOU. NO MEANS NO!!!!!!!"
Songz wasn't thrilled with how Palmer lambasted him on social media and responded to her on Twitter. "Babygirl buggin. Point blank period. Got my number, coulda called, saw the cameras and the lights, heard action," he typed. "I don't do this twitter shit, girl you know me and got my number f--k outta here."
On Sunday (Jan. 22), Palmer retold her side of the story on Instagram through a series of videos, while Songz attempted to bury the entire situation with an Instagram post of his own. Songz' video for "Pick Up the Phone," which features Fabolous and his artist MIKExANGEL, has since been pulled from the Internet.
Billboard has reached out to Trey Songz's rep for additional comment.
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