Omarion says that the upcoming B2K docuseries will air out all of the 2000s R&B group’s drama.
Omarion sat down with TMZ Live and said that the five-part docuseries will give fans an insight into why they broke up and why the group consistently being in the headlines affected their relationship.
“We call that being unbothered,” the former B2K member said when asked about whether the band’s behavior bothered him. “Being unbothered it just means that you don’t give someone else your power and you decide how to respond instead of reacting. Reacting to everything can be a disadvantage because it’s thoughtless and it doesn’t serve you. So standing up for yourself during challenging times is essential to staying and maintaining your peace. So this is a great opportunity for me to just give my public and my fans…even context to the Verzuz everything that has happened thus far I have never spoken on.”
Omarion had a Verzuz battle with R&B singer Mario last month where Mario surprisingly brought out B2K members Lil’ Fizz, Raz-B, and J-Boog.
Omarion who is known to have an “unbothered” persona, says that this documentary will allow fans to get takeaways of everything that went down from his view. “So this docu really encapsulates my truth and my perspective,” he said. “I would also like to say just about our journey and starting so young as kids a lot of people are responsible for our relationship at this current moment in time. Me being the last member to come into the group and them already having some kind of synergy, it always has felt within the scope of my career that I never had their support.”
He added: “Which I don’t think came from them. I think it came from…elders and people that were meant to be supporting us at the time. So, you know, this docu really shows exactly some of the things that has happened through our journey.”
The five-part docuseries will be titled OMEGA: The Gift & The Curse and will be available July 21.
Take a look at the trailer below: