It happened back in August, but according to reports, Songz, 28, was arrested for allegedly assaulting Donna McIntosh-Inoe, 36 at a Queens strip joint called Club Perfection.
Her husband told the NY Daily News that the couple paid $700 to sit with the musician, whose real name is Tremaine Neverson, in the VIP section of the club, where he held a release party for his fifth studio album “Chapter V.”
McIntosh-Inoe (pictured below) says she used her cellie to take a pic of Songz, when he grabbed the phone and tried to delete the photo. After becoming agitated with being unable to delete the image, Songz went into “chuck” mode according to the victim.
“He chucked a wad of cash at me,” McIntosh-Inoe says. “A wad of cash.”
The Staten Island woman says the knot of bills struck her so hard that it left her with a black eye.
“I didn’t even know I had a bruise on my face until after I left the club,” she said. “I had to walk around a whole week with a black eye.”
“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.”
Songz was arrested in September because of the scuffle, charged with misdemeanor assault and harassment, and an order of protection was issued after the artist appeared in court on November 1, said a spokeswoman for Queens District Attorney Richard Brown.