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Trey Songz was hit with a lawsuit that claimed he battered a bartender in May 2019 while attending a Cardi B concert, per court documents obtained by Page Six on Thursday.
Songz — born Tremaine Aldon Neverson — allegedly jumped on top of a bar at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles and “struck [the bartender] in the head with a closed fist” after he was asked to get down.
Songz, now 36, was at the venue to watch a show that Cardi B, 28, put on in conjunction with Fashion Nova. Spies told Page Six at the time that the “WAP” rapper showed up to her own event at 1 a.m. when it was supposed to start at 8 p.m., resulting in an empty venue before her performance — so it’s unclear why Songz had trouble finding space to watch her.
“After striking [the bartender], [Songz] got off the bar and looked at [the bartender] and the other bartenders blankly before continuing to watch the performance,” the suit alleged.
The bartender is seeking to recover damages from the rapper, claiming he suffered physical pain in addition to emotional and psychological injuries.
The “Say Aah” rapper recently made headlines after he was caught spitting into the mouth of two women on their knees amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Songz tested positive for the virus in October 2020.
A rep for Songz didn’t immediately get back to us.
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