Fizz Orchestrates B2K Reunion On ‘Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood’ & Fans React To Omarion Not Wanting To Do It+Fizz Recruits Ray J To Replace Omarion? [Video]

Posted October 2, 2017

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We’ve long told you about the possibility of a B2K reunion, and as recent as a few months ago, it seemed more possible than ever before after members of fellow boy group, Pretty Ricky proposed a co-headlining tour with the guys. Raz B seemingly confirmed then that the reunion was finally underway.

Alas, on Monday’s episode of ‘Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood‘ fans saw as Fizz toyed with the idea after receiving guidance from R&B legend, Bobby Brown who advised him on how to get the ball rolling based on his history with New Edition.

Fizz then met with friend/former member, J-Boog, who seemed on the fence with the idea, but indicated he would not say no IF Omarion, was willing to return. Based on a scene later in the show, Fizz confirms that he indeed reached out to Omarion, who did not return his calls, yikes!

Fans instantly took to social media to react and give their two cent on the matter.

In the clip for next weeks episode we see as Fizz then takes the idea to Ray J to see if he is willing to join the group to seemingly replace Omarion OR join them on the tour, it’s not quite clear. Get in below.

Former cast member apryl ?? #LHHH

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