B’more definitely showed up and showed out Saturday for Trey Songz‘s in-store album signing event at Security Mall’s DTLR. Thousands of fans began standing on line as early as five hours before the event started. The crowd even shut down portions of the mall. We heard that the line stretched all the way to the food court and security was tight. There were helicopters and I stopped counting at 13 Baltimore County police cruisers. Baltimore definitely represented. Unfortunately a few bad apples had to spoil it for the rest of us when police cut the event short about 45 minutes after a few unruly fans began fighting.
92Q and DTLR would like to thank Baltimore for supporting Trey and his new album Passion, Pain and Pleasure. Trey later tweeted that he was thankful for all the love but unfortunately had no control over the event being shut down.
Well you still have your chance to see more of Trey and Usher and more at the “OMG” Tour on December 8 at the 1st Mariner Arena. Stay Q’ed for your chance to win tix.
In case you weren’t able to make it, check out this video of what you missed.
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