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Omarion is ready to share his truth with a five-part docuseries titled 'OMEGA - THE GIFT AND THE CURSE' which will air on AllBLK and WE tv channels.
The series follows Omarion as he reconnects with his former bandmates on their Millennium Tour. The documentary examines their behind-the-scenes drama as they attempt to complete the three month trek.
On the Millennium Tour in 2019, Omarion and his former bandmates from B2K reunited for the first time in over a decade. While it was an exciting event that had fans abuzz, it wasn't without controversy either. Raz B left early after alleging Chris Stokes molested him when he was 11; Lil Fizz had an ongoing conflict with both Omarion's ex-fiancee and her mother Apryl Jones.
These controversy-laden events prompted Omarion to create the five-part docuseries OMEGA - THE GIFT AND THE CURSE, which will take fans backstage during his 2019 Millennium Tour and reveal what went down behind the scenes. This series will be filmed and air on ALLBLK and WE tv channels.
The 5-part series will give fans an unprecedented look at never-before-seen interviews, rehearsal and tour footage from the tumultuous event and take them beyond the spotlight to explore what it's like to live under a celebrity microscope while trying to succeed, transition, rebuild and evolve into your own man. Through Omarion's unique perspective on events like Nipsey Hussle's death or Raz B's arrest as well as how he dealt with Lil Fizz having relations with Apryl Jones--mother of his children--from Nipsey Hussle's death to Raz B's arrest--watch how he dealt with all these difficult questions!
Omarion has long been known for his unbothered demeanor, but this doesn't make him any less of a person. On Instagram, Omarion explained that being unbothered doesn't translate to being emotionless; on the contrary.
After 15 years apart, B2K returned for their iconic "Millennium Tour" in 2019, sparking an incredible wave of excitement and smashing records. Composed of Lil Fizz, De'Mario "Raz-B" Thornton, Jarell "J-Boog" Houston and Dreux "Lil' Fizz" Frederic, this foursome took America by storm with their performances across the nation.
The group was renowned for their sensual R&B vocals and electrifying stage presence that set them apart from other acts. Yet even with all this success, there was drama behind the scenes as well.
Raz B and J-Boog both revealed violent tendencies, while Lil Fizz began dating Apryl Jones. Omarion revealed all this in a new trailer for his upcoming docuseries 'OMEGA - THE GIFT AND THE CURSE,' which will air on July 21.
In a nearly three-minute trailer, Omarion doesn't hold back on the drama that led him to reunite with his B2K brothers for this tour, providing viewers with an inside look into their lives both on and off stage. From tour stops to Nipsey Hussle's murder, Omega delves into how Omarion and his bandmates managed to navigate this turbulent period in their career together.
The docuseries will feature exclusive behind-the-scenes footage, rehearsals and performances that go beyond a sold out show to give fans an in-depth view into Omarion's journey as a singer, songwriter and multi-hyphenate. It promises to answer many fans' burning questions about their favorite performer while also showing how he managed to balance fame with family responsibilities.
Navigating life's difficult roads can be a thorn in the side, but Omarion knows how to make it seem effortless. He's been able to maintain an upbeat, unbothered attitude despite dealing with his band's drama, and it appears his upcoming docuseries will help him continue in this vein.
Omarion, the renowned singer-songwriter and self-help author, has had cameras following him throughout the tour. Though he's kept his emotions under wraps, Omarion says there has been plenty of drama that's affected him - particularly after Verzuz's fight with Mario last month when former B2K bandmates started sending him taunting messages about their perceived loss.
After 15 years apart by life and music, Omarion, Lil Fizz and Raz-B reunited for The Millennium Tour in 2019. In this five-part docuseries, Omarion shares the behind the scenes chaos and brotherhood that ensued as this iconic Black boy band embarked on their journey towards success.
"Omega - The Gift and the Curse," offers viewers an unprecedented look at never-before-seen interviews, rehearsals, tour footage and performances across America from one of music's biggest reunion tours: "The Millennium Tour." In five parts, singer/songwriter Omarion shares his unique perspective and unprecedented access into his private life; discussing topics such as his turbulent relationship with his children's mother.
The docuseries will air on ALLBLK and WE tv as part of their AllBlk on WE tv programming. WE tv strives to deliver compelling, must-see unscripted shows that foster communities and bring people together through captivating content. Driven by personalities with purpose and passion, WE tv's mission is to empower the diverse and global black experience.
Omega: The Gift and Curse is directed and executive produced by Omarion for Omarion Worldwide, with Michelle Le Fleur serving as Executive Producer. Inspired by B2K 2019 Millennium Tour which broke records and earned two Billboard Music Award nominations for Top R&B Tour, the 5-part docuseries follows Omarion's journey.
This documentary follows Raz-B's violent urges and his departure from the tour, to Lil Fizz being found with Apryl Jones - mother of Omarion's children - as it explores all these tumultuous events. Additionally, it will examine tension and betrayal that came with having a bandmate hold onto an ex-fiance, which caused major issues for Omarion.
On Thursday (July 7), Omarion posted a clip from his new docuseries on Instagram, inviting fans to "experience how deep the truth goes." In three-minute clip, he can be seen clashing and clinging to bandmates throughout tour duration; Raz-B expressing violent urges while Lil Fizz being found with Apryl, mother of his children.
Omarion is an American singer-songwriter and actor best known for his role as a member of R&B group B2K. Additionally, he has pursued a solo career.
Omarion has earned numerous accolades for his work, including two Grammys and a Billboard Music Award. His debut album 'O' debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 chart and spawned three top singles: "O," "Touch," and "I'm Tryna."
In 2019, Omarion reunited with his former band, B2K, for the first time in 15 years. The tour sold out across every city; however, there were numerous controversy during its run.
On tour, Omarion's ex-bandmate Raz-B was arrested for drug possession and Nipsey Hussle's passing added to the chaos. Additionally, Omarion found himself embroiled in a legal dispute with Apryl Jones, mother of his children.
The tour also caused a rift between Omarion and Frederic "Frizz" Grandberry, who was part of the boyband B2K with him. This conflict was further compounded by Fizz's sexual relationship with Apryl Jones - Omarion's former girlfriend from Love & Hip Hop Hollywood.
This feud became even more heated when Omarion and the rest of B2K decided to exclude Grandberry from their 2020 tour due to their ongoing battle with Jones. This conflict fuelled further negative press about the reunion tour, ultimately impacting its success.
On the Millennium Tour's start in Pittsburgh, Omarion and B2K reunited for the first time in 15 years. Backstage with his former bandmate Raz-B, Omarion shared a vulnerable moment and offered some wise words of counsel.
Omarion managed to remain upbeat and stay composed despite all of the rumors swirling around his personal life. In a recent interview, he revealed that he charged former B2K members thousands of dollars to speak directly with them before their last tour.
This docu-series goes behind the curtain of bright lights and screaming fans to show what it's like to live under a celebrity spotlight while trying to succeed, transition, rebuild, and evolve. Fans get an exclusive firsthand perspective as Omarion grants unprecedented access into his private life.