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J Boog calls Lil Fizz and Apryl Jones’ relationship “corny”

The B2K member aired his feelings in the comments.

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With the news of the Omarion-led Millennium Tour 2020 hitting the road next year, attention has once again been turned toward Apryl Jones and Lil Fizz’s controversial relationship.

On Thursday (Dec. 5), The Shade Room posted a snippet from “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood,” which showed Fizz expressing how happy he is in his relationship with Omarion’s ex.

“And to all the haters, just know that Apryl and I are the ones actually unbothered,” he said. “Happy as can be and laughing at y’all muthaf**kers.”

The clip goes on to show the couple kissing and being happy, but J Boog isn’t buying it. The B2K member aired his feelings in the comments section, which included two laughing emojis and an ear of corn.

This isn't the first time Boog has spoken candidly about the couple on social media.

“Fizzle Pop ruined everything,” he said on Instagram Live last month about his bandmate. “I wouldn’t say he ruined everything, but about 99 percent of it though.”

After Omarion announced the Millennium 2020 Tour, Boog sent his best wishes.

“Congrats to my guys on this tour,” he wrote in an Instagram post. “Get to the bag.”

The 2019 Millennium Tour reportedly grossed over $6.7 million. Although B2k won’t be there to support, Bow Wow will mark the tour’s co-headliner. Ying Yang Twins, Lloyd, Pretty Ricky and Soulja Boy will also be featured on the tour, with Ashanti recently named as the surprise guest.

Bow Wow previously told TMZ he’s trying to steer clear of the B2K drama.

“Positive energy outweighs the negative energy... but of course the internet is the internet, and they’re gonna take it and run with it,” he told the outlet. “Me and O, we’re not even involved with that. We just wanna give fans a good show.”

In an interview with VladTV, Omarion expressed a similar sentiment.

“I don’t feel no ways. I don’t feel any way about it… if they’re happy then they should be happy,” he said. “I think they should change the narrative though. Because if it’s their so-called happiness then I shouldn’t be a part of it.”

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