Bow Wow and Omarion kicked off “The Millenium Tour 2021” in Los Angeles at the Forum Friday (Oct.1). Fans in attendance were able to witness a truce of sorts between B2K members Omarion and Lil Fizz.
In a video captured by a fan at the concert, the former teenage music stars appear to embrace each other. “I did some fucked up shit to my brother,” Fizz says in the clip. “I did some snake ass shit, and I’m not proud of it. So, I want to sit here humbly and sincerely apologize to you for any turmoil or dysfunction I caused between you and your family.”
“It’s all good, dog,” Omarion replies before shaking Fizz’s hand and giving him a hug. The drama between the B2K members stems from 2019, when Lil Fizz began dating the mother of O’s children, Apryl Jones. For months, Omarion remained silent about the matter. But he eventually shared his feelings regarding the situation during an interview with VladTV. “I don’t feel no ways, I don’t feel any way about it,” he said at the time. “I think if they’re happy, then they should be happy. I think they should change the narrative, though.”
“She’s still the mother of my children. When something affects her, it affects my kids, and that affects me. But what she does is, you know, live your life! I think people should do whatever makes them happy,” he added.
Last year, during an interview on Big Boy TV, O said he didn’t “have a relationship with Fizz.” “I think there should be an opportunity for us to talk one day. I don’t know when that is,” he said. Fizz and Apryl reportedly went their separate ways in the beginning of 2020. Jones mentioned in an interview with Claudia Jordan that both she and Fizz were focusing on their kids from previous relationships.
Watch the truce between Lil Fizz and Omarion below:
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