B2K, if you don’t recall, was an early 2000s R&B boyband that split in 2004. Its only real success story was Omarion, who went on to a pretty successful solo career complete with Grammy nomination and No. 1 album. Then came scathing allegations around Christmas 2007 from group member Raz-B, who claimed B2K’s creator Chris Stokes — the band’s own Lou Pearlman, if you will — molested him and his bandmates as children. Raz-B uploaded the inflammatory charges in a YouTube video, the LAPD was said to be investigating, and then all of a sudden Raz-B backtracked and said it was all untrue, and the story fizzled out. But Raz-B’s days in the spotlight aren’t over: He just joined the ranks of nearly forgotten celebrities showing too much skin on the Internet. (NSFW content follows.)
Warning: Links NSFW
Photos purportedly of Raz-B were uploaded to the adult social networking site AdultSpace.com. Face shots. Penis shots. And the Pete Wentz-y torso-plus-penis shot. As the blog Tabloid Prodigy points out, it’s unlikely the real Raz-B uploaded photos of himself under the username “RazB,” nor would he include this veritable invitation to make his profile public: “Trying to be a little private on here, you may recognize on as RazB formaly of B2K if you like what you see slide me a message. Pls keep this private!” But based on the circumstantial evidence — essentially, this very much appears to be Raz-B — the identity is confirmed.
Which means the former boybanders is engaged in a Kim Kardashian-style public profile enhancement project, or he forwarded his photos to a vindictive gal.