R&B singer Joe has denied the reports that he was roughed up by Trey Songz' entourage during Songz' 25th birthday celebration at a lounge in New Jersey.

Though Bossip.com claimed to have eyewitness reports that Joe and "new jumpoff" Tahiry got into a brawl after being refused entry to the VIP room at the 501 Lounge, in Montclair, N.J., Joe vehemently denies that any such altercation occurred.

"First of all, I was not involved in a fight. Me and Trey Songz are real cool. We did a record on my last album. We did 'We Need to Roll' and, you know, I went to show support," Joe explained. "That's my man. I heard he was going to be having a party that night and there was going to be a performance. Nothing happened between him and I."

However, Joe conceded that one of his friends may have gotten into a confrontation with security. "It could have been where my man had a problem with security just for a quick second and they were trying to clear the VIP," Joe admitted. "It was really, really crowded up there. It wasn't anything like they didn't want me there [or] they didn't want the other guests there, like Tahiry. Everybody was cool."

The 38-year-old crooner also denied any involvement with Joe Budden's recent ex, Tahiry. "I just met her that night for the first time. Its nothing going on between me and her and definitely no fights between me and Trey."

Joe's collaboration with Trey Songz, 'We Need to Roll,' can be found on his latest album, 'Signature.'

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