Hip-Hop artist Trey Songz was recently arrested for literally trying to make it rain at a Queen, NY strip club. Trey, 28, allegedly threw a wad of cash at Donna McIntosh-Inoe, after she took a cell phone pic of him at the club on August 22.
"He chucked a wad of cash at me," McIntosh-Inoe told the NY Daily News. " A wad of cash."
She said she was hit so hard by the stack of bills, it was gave her a black eye.
According to TMZ, Songz, whose real name is Tremaine Neverson, threw an album release party on August 21 for Chapter V, his 5th studio album. According to police, Mr. Treverson's assault on Donna McIntosh-Inoe happened somewhere between 4:00 and 4:15 am on August 22.
Donna McIntosh-Inoe's husband told the NY Daily News that he and his wife paid $700 to sit with the artist at his album release party.
Donna, a nurse, explained everything was fine until she decided to snap a cell phone picture.
"Everyone else was taking a picture," she said. "The difference for me and the other girls is that they were naked and I had clothes on.
Since Songz couldn't do anything about the picture, he chose to throw money at the woman's face instead.
McIntosh-Inoe explained that he tried to delete the picture, but he didn't know how to use her phone.
"It was insulting that he just threw something," she said. "He was verbally disrespectful as well. "He embarrassed me in front of everyone in the club."
She did say, however, that Songz did apologize to her after the incident.
The musician was arrested on September 20. He appeared in court on November 1 where he was issued an order of protection. He is due back in court in February, TMZ reports.
Trey Songz has been on hisChapter V World Tour with special guests Miguel and Elle Varner. After a show in Baltimore, MD Sunday night, the tour will take a break until December 27 in New Orleans, LA.
The artist known as "Mr. Steal Yo Girl" will also appear on the silver screen will also appear on the silver screen as "Ryan" in the horror film, Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D. In a recent interview with VIBE, Songz said he's really excited to be a part of the remake because he absolutely loved the original. "It's such a classic film," he said. He also noted that he was the "first black person in the film ever."