Trey Songz finally addressed the Keke Palmer situation on Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club on Friday morning (Feb. 17). If you recall, Palmer accused Songz of filming her for a music video without her permission.

The Scream Queens star blasted the R&B mack on social media and demanded that her scene be edited out of the “Pick Up the Phone” visual. In a recent interview with Fox 5 New York, Palmer said she and Songz came to a resolution.

However, in the interview with the Breakfast Club, Songz addressed the controversy and insisted that he didn't shoot Palmer without her consent.

“Ain’t nobody put her on camera without asking," the singer said. "There’s a sign on the door: you step on the premises, you will be recorded. Point blank period. I don’t have to say nothing else about nothing.

"She was doing the most to defame me. I thought that was wack,” he added.

Songz also revealed that he didn't talk to Palmer at all about the video and also didn't agree with editing her out of the "Pick Up the Phone" video.

“That’s a lie too. I ain’t talk to her,” he said. “I ain’t call her. I ain’t try to call Keke. None of that.”

“I don’t care that much to sneak Keke Palmer in the video for two seconds," he continued. "Who the f--- does that? I’m gonna sneak you in the video, Keke? No, I’m not. F--- out of here."

Oh, by the way, Trey Songz's Tremaine the Playboy reality show is not real but he is working on new music, which we should be hearing soon. Watch the interview above.