Trey Songz Sued For Allegedly Punching A Bartender At A Concert

Trey SongzPhoto Credit: Shutterstock A bartender has filed a lawsuit against Trey Songz for an alleged incident that occurred at a Los Angeles concert in 2019, which involved the 36-year-old singer punching him in the face. 

According to court documents obtained by Page Six, Songz was attending a Cardi B concert hosted by Fashion Nova at the Hollywood Palladium on May 9, 2019, where he allegedly jumped on top of a bar to sit. Though he was informed that it was against the policy of the venue, Songz ignored the warning until a bartender reached over to get the singer’s attention to ask him to move. However, the man said that Songz retaliated by striking him in the head with a closed fist. 

The suit alleges that the singer got off the bar after punching the man and stared at him — as well as the other bartenders — blankly before continuing to watch the show. Now, the bartender is seeking to recover damages from Songz related to physical pain along with emotional and psychological injuries. 

It’s unclear why Songz had trouble finding a spot to watch Cardi B perform given she showed up 4 hours late to the concert. This resulted in an empty venue before the “WAP” singer got on stage, according to a Page Six report. 

Earlier this year, Songz was arrested at a Chiefs playoff game after allegedly refusing to wear his mask in the stadium. However, the Prosecutor’s Office for Jackson County said no charges would be filed against the singer.