Ray J Slams Bobby Brown’s Sister for Claiming He Gave Whitney Houston Cocaine
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.
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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 visite site 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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What Ray J’s “I Hit It First” is Really About
MORE: Whitney Houston Cause of Death Revealed: Accidental Drowning and Cocaine The statement continued: “Even the most minimal inquiry with anyone actually in contact with Whitney would reveal that Leolah Brown had been out of contact with Whitney for more than a year and was nowhere near the scene on the day of her death.” What ticked off Brandy ‘s little brother was the fact that Leolah told Dr. Drew Pinksy that she witnessed Ray (real name William Ray Norwood Jr.) leaving the “So Emotional” singer’s hotel room “hiding his head” on the day she died. “Why is he hiding his face? He’s always trying to show his face when he’s with Whitney. Why now?
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