Omarion and Mario’s chaotic Verzuz battle

If music-lovers had “One Wish” — it’d be that Omarion and Mario’s Verzuz battle wasn’t such a “s–t show.”

Frustrated fans of early-2000s R&B took up their virtual torches and pitchforks on Twitter Thursday,

The “chaotic” event, held at the Novo Theater in downtown Los Angeles, started with an ill-fated performance by a seemingly inebriated Ray J, 41

“That was 4.5 hours of pure CHAOS. And we sat here and watched all 4.5 hours,” tweeted a disgruntled viewer. 

The highly anticipated toe-to-toe between “Let Me Love You” crooner Mario, 35, and B2K member-turned-soloist, Omarion, 37, opened with an unhinged showcase

The collection of hit-makers each belted out their most iconic chart-toppers, including “Mrs. Officer,” “Grind With Me” and “I Like It.”

However, Ray J’s rendition of his 2005 hit “One Wish” left online audience members wishing he never picked up the microphone. 

“Ray J literally had ONE job last night at that Verzuz, One Wish if you will, and that wish was not fulfilled,” one keyboard commentator criticized. 

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