The Family Feud funnyman’s stepdaughter, Lori, 21, went public with R&B singer Trey Songz over Christmas — but a woman has come forward to expose his double-timing, including how he texted her saying “I love you” over the holidays.
The source – a hot model in her early 20’s – doesn’t believe Trey, 34, will ever be faithful and admitted to her he was only using Lori to promote his new album!
In text messages exchanged between the musician and the source obtained by Radar, Trey boasts of his “big d**k.”
The Los Angeles-based model exclusively told Radar: “It was so out of character for him to be so public with a girl. I was surprised and shocked, but not upset. I don’t think he will stop texting me or any of his other girls for Lori.
“With Trey things only go so far – and I think Lori is smothering him.”
She added: “It didn’t last because she smothered him.”
The source also told of Trey’s shady behavior, including how he never let her see his phone and was always vague about where he’d been and who he’d been with.
The model said she had been warned Trey was a player and resisted his advances for a long time after he first started begging her for a date.
The model eventually met the Solid singer at his Los Angeles mansion and they started to see each other regularly for around six months until just before Christmas.
The source added: “I’m fine with him seeing other women as long as he doesn’t do it while we’re together.”
Trey was previously blasted by porn star Brittney Jones, who claimed she was also seeing the singer while he was with Lori and posted messages between them on social media online.
Trey soon took to Twitter to respond to these allegations. He said, “Y’all weak as 7 days. Y’all goofy. Stop texting me please.”
While Steve is certain to hit the roof when he finds out about his daughter’s new squeeze’s past, he has his own colorful history of two-timing to consider – including walking out on his first two wives for other women, and allegedly running up a $40,000 bill in unpaid child support!
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