101. So now Ray J stays relevant by badgering the hilariously more successful Kardashian on Twitter because he has no other means of power. He has recently moved onto attempting to incite West by reminding everyone that he once had sex with a woman before Kanye did. Kanye, to his credit, has yet to respond to Ray J his mere existence says more to Ray J than any words could.Every passing day refutes Ray J’s insane assertion that he “put [Kardashian] on,” but his imepnding “single” has pushed his desperation to its lowest depths. He is wrong about everything, and by staking his career on slut-shaming his ex-girlfriend he long ago crossed the line from mild annoyance to evil human being. Ray J, it is time for you to go away now. Some TV network will surely have you.
Victoria’s Secret model Doutzen Kroes shows off her perfect abs as she plays in the Miami surf with husband Sunnery James He later added: ‘Wherever she goes, she knows she belongs in my bed.’ Holding on: The rapper lays claim to a former love in the song, stating, ‘she belongs in my bed’ Who’s that girl: The Kim look-alike was shown with the record signal on The two dated for five years before breaking up in 2007. The sex tape with Ray J nine years ago helped launched Kardashian’s career. The curvy beauty has since said she was ashamed of the tape but rumours persist her mother Kris was behind the leaking of the tape to boost her fledgling career. Kim and her family have since shot to fame in Keeping Up With The Kardashians and have become ubiquitous fixtures on television. The Ray J video shows the Kim look-alike in bed with the rapper with a video camera’s record button showing. ‘If you come back to me, we’ll make another movie,’ Ray J sang.
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I hit it, I hit it, I hit it, I hit it, I hit it, I hit it first.” These introductory lyrics to I Hit It First suggest that Ray J may have been the first (and greatest) player of the late-90’s cult-toy-darling, Bop It ! Ray J’s reliance on words like “hit,” “hop,” and “boppers,” as well as his claim that he can do it all without “even put[ting] in work” makes the Bop It thesis incredibly persuasive. Given the tactile nature of Bop It, in which one must “pull” and “twist” and “squeeze” and “bop” it, confusing Ray J’s lyrics for a song about sex is understandable but ultimately misinformed. Ray J’s repetition of “I hit it” at the end of the verse is a further shout out to Bop It and his mastery of it. He is proud of his Bop It skills and is challenging any and all listeners to challenge his prowess. “I had her head going north and her ass going south/ But now baby chose to go West/ We deep in the building she know that I kill ’em/ I know that I hit it best.” Many of those in the I-Hit-It-First-Is-A-Kanye-West-Diss-Track Camp point to these lyrics in particular to argue that Ray J is referencing Kim Kardashian’s decision to leave him and go “(Kanye) West.” What these critics are overlooking, however, are the general themes of travel and abandonment that mark Ray J’s ballad, and that completely transcend any current event or person.
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The lyrics of “I Hit It First” detail Ray J’s claim, and what’s happened since then: “I had her head going north and her ass going south/But now baby chose to go West.” Why make the song? Ten years after Ray J and Kim Kardashian consummated their love in full view, it seems that Ray J’s still working out his issues over it in public. But “I Hit It First” seems less like a stupid, macho brag of a song, and more like a cry for help. It can be especially difficult to seeone’s ex happier with someone else. And there are plenty of waysboth healthy or unhealthyto react to this.The song prompted at least one editor here to posit the question of whether or not Ray J was still stuck in the middle of the five stages of grief (“‘I Hit It First’ is classic bargaining, right?'”). “Stages of grief is really wrong,” explainsSusan J.
Kardashians PISSED About Ray J’s Disgusting Diss Track
Kim Kardashian ‘s sex tape costar Ray J recently released a truly nasty (in every sense of the word) single called I Hit It First that is SO obviously about his ex-lover And unsuprisingly, Kimmy’s sisters are NOT impressed. One alleged insider reveals: “Khloe, along with all of her sisters, are completely disgusted with Ray Js song. They think he is a total low life. They dont want to give too much attention to him, because that is exactly what Ray J wants Kris [Jenner] never liked him in the first place.” BUT, if we were to believe Ray J, the tune isn’t even ABOUT Kanye West ‘s baby- mamma , and that people are reading way too much into it! Which, as we recently pointed out , is blatant BULLPOOP.
By Rob Markman (@RobMarkman) If Ray J ‘s “I Hit It First” isn’t about Kim Kardashian, then it must be about her doppleganger who also made a sex tape and went on then became one of the world’s most recognizable reality stars. At least that’s what we’re led to believe in Ray’s brand-new video, which dropped on Monday morning (April 29). Yes, the song may be catchy and sonically perfect for the upcoming summer season, but when it all goes down in the record books, “I Hit It First” will be remembered for its sheer gall, in song and video (which premiered on TMZ ). Here are a few of the key moments from the brave new video. The Kim K. Look-A-Like There are a number of model types that Ray J could have chosen for this video, but he was clearly going for a certain effect.
View All 98 Fans 20 minutes ago ( 1:34 PM) I’m so tired of RAY & don’t care where can i watch Kim Kardashian sextape too much for his “Wanna Be Diva” Girlfriend Tiara. Ray Jay is trying too hard to be “Relevant”. The man is not funny and can’t sing. He is on the “Ricky Smileyl Show” and is a horrible actor. Ray Jay is so immature and don’t think he will ever settle down?
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Rice, 82, of Atwater, passed away on Monday, September 2, 2013. Ray was born on September 19, 1930 in Bolair, W.VA. to parents C. Ray and Elsie Rice. Ray was a veteran of the U.S.