The AFC Championship Game took place on Sunday night in Kansas City as it featured the Buffalo Bills and hometown Chiefs. The Chiefs secured a comfortable 38-24 win as they are now in their second straight Super Bowl. They are looking to repeat as champions.
One of the biggest headlines from this event though was R&B singer, Trey Songz, being arrested. He was reportedly heckled by fans in the area and a police officer soon showed up. Trey and the officer got into it but TMZ reported that Trey started to act in self-defense by throwing a punch and getting a headlock in.
Trey Was Reportedly Confronted By Police For Not Wearing A Mask
Trey ended up getting pinned to the ground and escorted by other police out of Arrowhead Stadium. He was charged with trespassing and resisting arrest. He was also charged with assaulting a police officer which is a low-grade felony. Trey went on to be released on Monday morning.
TMZ went on to report that a source claimed that Trey and his crew refused to wear masks. In a photo posted to Trey’s Instagram account though, he was seen with a mask on before the incident. It’s unclear how it ended up being taken off, though.
Trey Is Moving On From The Incident
Trey doesn’t seem too angry about what went down in Kansas City at all. He took to his IG feed to post photos of him on his private jet. He jokingly asked in his caption “Chiefs game was lit right?!” The singer had his friends on board as well who were Chiefs fans and had very good reasons to celebrate as their team is arguably the best in the NFL right now and can possibly be back to back champions.
Fans At Chiefs Game Reportedly Supported Trey During Altercation With Officer
In one of the biggest NFL games of the year, it’s crazy that it came with a crazy moment in the stands as well. TMZ added that when the officer began to get physical with Trey, fans in the area demanded that he get off of him immediately. They even called for the officer to get arrested. That obviously wasn’t the result in the end, though. Trey is still regarded as one of music’s best R&B artists since the mid-2000s.
Fans Hope For New Music From Trey In 2021
Back in October, Trey released his eighth studio album, “Back Home.” This project was led by singles such as “Back Home” featuring Summer Walker and “2020 Riots: How Many More?” The album contained a lengthy 22 tracks with other appearance from Davido, Swae Lee, and Ty Dolla $ign. The reaction to it was very positive by fans and are looking forward to what the Virginia native has in store for 2021. Back Home was also Trey’s first studio album since 2017’s “Tremaine.”