Please stay tuned for this important public thirst announcement:
Ray-J has taken his desperation, immaturity, and bitterness to another level by hiring a Kim Kardashian look-a-like to play Kim’s role in his official music video for “I Hit It First.”
Just as a fair warning. If you are remotely a fan of the washed out R&B singer you might want to reconsider scrolling any further because we are certainly going to let him have it and we’re not holding back.
Ray J has finally released a video for the extremely corny jingle that doesn’t even deserve to be played as elevator music and he has officially labeled himself as not only being extremely irrelevant, but also being relatively talentless and childish.
The music video makes obvious hints at his famous sex tape with Kimmy K and even slides in some subtle references to Kanye West.
That’s not where it stops either. The Kim K wanna-be is also seen in the video being followed around by F! Network. Really?
Perhaps the only thing sadder than the lack of creativity behind the F! Network is the fact that even in his own music video the paparazzi still couldn’t care less about Ray-J and only focus on the woman he is with.
Then, of course, there is the line at the end of the song where Brandy’s little brother sings “I put her on, I put that girl on.” While the irrelevant 32-year-old R&B singer (and I use that term loosely) is busy basking in the glory of “putting her on” he needs to ask himself a very important question – Can you really brag about putting someone on if you didn’t stay on yourself?
He’s pretty much bragging about the fact that he got pimped for his fame and fortune and now Kim K is wealthy enough to buy Ray J’s life. No seriously, Ray J’s net worth is estimated at a little over $6 million while his famous ex is pulling in over $18 million according to Forbes.
We would also like to remind Ray J that in all honesty, you probably didn’t hit it first. Maybe before Kanye, Reggie Bush, and Kris Humphries but if he honestly thinks he was the first one to “hit it” he is even more delusional than we thought.
To make matters even worse, the washed up B-list celebrity (putting him on the B-list is oddly generous of me by the way) isn’t even bold enough to own up to his own music.
In an interview with the New York radio station Hot 97, he denied all allegations that the song was about the curvy reality star.
“It’s a song, it’s not about that, it’s about a concept,” he told the radio station. “People going way too deep. They just gotta keep it on the surface. I’m not trying to create no war, it’s all love; we’re doing music.”
Believe us Ray-J, even if you wanted to start a war with this song it would be impossible. It would be less of a musical war and more of a lyrical slaughter if Mr. West actually bothered to take the time out of his day to address your foolishness in a record.
But, of course, Yeezy isn’t willing to give Ray-J that much publicity so he sent out an anonymous source to handle his light weight.
“Kanye don’t condone broke ass, jealous [guys] who be trying to bite off he and Kim’s fame just to stay, wait, just to become relevant,” the anonymous pal of Kanye’s said.
Well guess what, Mr. anonymous Kanye West friend, you have already earned more fans and respect than Ray-J… but then again so does the Geico gecko, Honey Boo Boo, and the homeless man I gave a dollar to yesterday.