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Rapper Ray J Mocks Sexual Escapades With Kim Kardashian In New Single


Music stars can sometimes be very funny in their quest to get back their pound of flesh sha…

2007, Kim Kardashian famously made a name for herself with the release
of a sex tape with her then-boyfriend, hip-hop artist Ray J.
who was simply referred to as “Ray J’s ex” at the time, became a major
star in her own right – building a multi-million dollar empire of
television shows, clothing lines, and beauty products.

Kardashian’s notoriety has been on the rise, since 2007, Ray J’s
star-power has slightly diminished. He hasn’t released astudio album
since 2008 and his stint as an actor didn’t quite take off.
may have once capitalized off of Ray J’s name, but now the recording
artist seems to be hoping to do the same with Kardashian.

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Ray J
teased a new single on Friday, expected to be included on his upcoming
album. Called “I Hit It First,” the cover artwork for the single appears
to be apixelated photo of Kardashian.

he leave any doubt, the lyrics for the song directly reference
Kardashian’s history of dating athletes, and her current relationship
with rapper Kanye West, with whom she is expecting her first child. “She
might move on to rappers and ballplayers / But we all know I hit it
first. I had her head going North and her ass going South / But now baby
chose to go West. No matter where she goes or who she knows / She still
belongs in my bed,” Ray J croons in the song, TMZ reports.
While Kardashian has yet to comment on the song, Ray J made light of it, tweeting that it is “not that serious.

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