Trey Songz denies ‘holding woman hostage and urinating on her in hotel’ after she made claims on podcast

TREY Songz denied claims on Wednesday that he cornered a woman in a hotel bathroom and urinated on her after they slept together.

The allegations were made by a woman named Aliza, a friend of Instagram model Celina Powell's, when the two were featured together on an episode of the No Jumper podcast.


Songz took to Twitter to deny that there was any truth in Aliza's claims.

"I usually stay quiet on this but I feel that in many ways the movement to fight for the women who actually have suffered harassment and abuse on various levels, has been hijacked by those who find it convenient for themselves to come up as they seek to destroy someone's life," he wrote.

In screenshots that have since been deleted, the 35-year-old singer appeared to be in communication with the woman in question, and she is pleading with him to unblock her on social media.


Another conversation suggests that she fell asleep and didn't actually meet up with the "Bottom's Up" singer.

Despite his denials, Aliza went into explicit detail about her time with Songz on the podcast.

After denying the new allegations, Songz took a shot at another woman who brought a $10million assault suit against him in January.


"Y’all remember Jane Doe claimed I sexually assaulted her in Miami? She wants me to pay for her therapy and the rest of her school cause of ‘all the trauma she’s been through.’ Pls read," the singer wrote, alongside a screenshot of another's woman's account of the night Jane Doe said she was assaulted.

The singer continued that he will hold his head high, despite the allegations.

"You will choose 2believe what you want," he wrote.

"I've been focusing my energy and time on good things and I know the Devil wants my soul more now than ever. Ima keep my head high and push forward."

Songz has also faced allegations in the past from actress Keke Plamer, who accused him of sexual intimidation in 2017 after he featured her in his Pick Up the Phone music video.

“Just cause you give someone food and alcohol and throw in a little sexual intimidation doesn’t mean they will buckle,” Palmer tweeted at the time.

“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.”

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