Kardashian’s post: “Keep your life in a positive perspective. We are not defined by our pasts.”
Brandy’s little brother added: “Lol,” assuming she was referring to their notorious history. She could have been. But then, there are other elements to her past that could fit into what she posted.
To many, Kardashian’s past is largely defined by the leaked sex tape she made with Ray J. It propelled Kardashian to fame and won’t go away. Humiliated by the experience, she the sex tape is not her proudest moment.
Ray J laughed out loud at her platitude on Twitter, but insisted it was all in good fun and that the “Lol” was “just a chuckle.”
When discussing the tweet on a Los Angeles radio station, he said, “I wish them (her and Kayne West) the best, man. You know, life is a roller-coaster, so you never know what’s gonna happen.”
He then added, “Yo, this whole thing is like a Magic Mountain experience,” referring to Kardashian and West’s trip to the Six Flags Magic Mountain amusement park in L.A. this week.
In the September issue of Allure, Kardashian says of the sex tape: “Not my most proud moment It was humiliating. But now let’s move on. Not that I don’t think it’s [no one's] business, but I think I’ve done a good job of replacing negative things with positive things.”
An act she did not characterize as a negative transgression was posing for Playboy..
“It’s nothing that I regret – being on the cover of Playboy is very iconic,” she says. “I was like, ‘OK, I’m proud to do this and to show people that I don’t have to be stick-skinny to be looked at as a sex symbol, and to me that’s not what’s attractive anyway.’ So I was all for it, although I was very nervous.”
She added, “After the fact, I said, ‘I wish I hadn’t done Playboy then’ – not that it’s something I wouldn’t do now, but because then I wasn’t in the best shape of my life. I lost about 15 pounds, and I feel so proud. I look back and say, ‘Oh, my God, I was so heavy then.’ If you look now, I’m so much skinnier; my face is so much slimmer; my whole stomach is defined.”