Aside from revealing Beyonce’s limited contribution to the writing of ‘Irreplaceable’ during his ‘The Breakfast Club’ interview, Ne-Yo also voiced his opinion regarding Trey Songz’s obvious emotional disconnect in his music. However, Songz didn’t take such comments lightly and fired back when he visited the radio show earlier today.
Songz made it clear on ‘The Breakfast Club’ that Ne-Yo should have reserved such comments and disagreed with his fellow R&B singer. Naturally, we fully agree with Songz because he was singing from a place of true pain on ‘Hail Mary (Ft. Young Jeezy & Lil Wayne)’ and he expressed his emotional anguish in the song’s accompanying video.
Watch Songz respond to Ne-Yo’s words on ‘The Breakfast Club’ and talk about the position of the R&B genre that he is helping to destroy with his massive ego below: