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From the moment it was announced that former B2K member Raz-B was going to appear on Zeus Network’s Bad Boys: Texas, everyone on social media had one question: WHY?!

Anyone who is somewhat familiar with the show knows that it is not the best environment. Seen as a spinoff of the now-defunct Bad Girls Club (and headed by BGC alum Natalie Nunn), the show is heavily criticized for capitalizing off of the presumed struggles of cast members, such as Orlando Brown and Kerrion Franklin (son of Kirk).

Raz-B, unfortunately, is no exception.

To say that fans are concerned over the singer’s mental state on this show is an understatement. From presumed mental breakdowns to confrontations with fellow cast members, Twitter is making the argument that having Raz on the show was a very bad idea.

Check out some of the reactions below!

Raz-B’s Behavior on “Bad Boys: Texas” Has Twitter Concerned  was originally published on hiphopnc.com

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