So many popular groups from the ’90s gave a reunion a shot except for B2K and Fizz feels egos are responsible. His fellow bandmate J-Boog not only agrees but wonders why that is. According to him, none of the group’s members currently have a career that is so poppin’ a reunion can’t be doable. Bloop!
In this Love & Hip Hop Hollywood bonus clip, Fizz tries to get J-Boog to meet up with Ray J one last time. It seemed like Ray J was being extra and the last thing J-Boog wants is for fans to look at B2K as a joke. Had Fizz known Ray J was going to come up in that meeting like that, he would’ve never have called it. Saying you’ll take B2K to another level sounds like a great plan except Boog is wondering what level has Ray ever peaked at.
There really is only one B2K. If it’s not going to work out, then they just need to leave this in 2003. Welp, we will always have Word Up Magazine cut outs and this:
Don’t miss part two of the Love & Hip Hop Hollywood reunion, next Monday at 8/7c!