It's been alleged, in Arruh's brother's umpteen-minute-long response to Arruh's own "I Confess," that the singer allegedly sleeps with guys and has been spreading some weird STD that may have in fact come from said guys.
There's no proof that any of this really happened, other than this song, but I'm concerned nevertheless.
It was one thing when this was just a matter of Arruh having filmed himself peeing on a 15-year-old girl while Backstreet Boys videos played in the background, as one does. I don't approve of that sort of thing, but there were a lot of mitigating factors: Arruh couldn't read the law if he wanted to, because he's illiterate; the girl seemed entirely unconcerned that she was being peed on, like maybe she'd done this before; the girl's parents accepted hush money, which arguably constitutes a form of justice, if not the ideal form of justice.
And most importantly, that was literally 20 years ago. Arruh has been hounded by reporters ever since, none of whom have caught him committing any serious crimes. This despite the fact that he's a black guy. All of the girls in those Buzzfeed articles are over the age of consent in the states where Arruh made sweet, passionate love to them. And when 5-0 showed up to Arruh's various homes to save them, they didn't want to leave. One girl even intimated that she'd been abused by the father who was now trying to rescue her.
Arruh's brother is probably still pissed that the singer tried to give him $50,000 to claim it was him in that pee tape. The brother didn't go for it, but Arruh still copped the "it wasn't me" defense in court. More recently, Arruh's brother was talking bad about him in the same BBC documentary in which it's revealed that he supposedly has VD. Presumably, that's why Arruh addressed him in "I Confess."