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Category: Entertainment - Original Published on Tuesday, 09 April 2013 11:53 Written by Amber L. Bogins, Entertainment Editor
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Although he’s not a rapper, his recent attempt at fame put him on the list. His newest release, “I Hit It First” is chock-full of subtle digs at his ex, Kim Kardashian. Yesterday, Ray J went on Hot 97 in New York claiming that the song is not a “Kim-ye” diss record, but the evidence speaks for itself.
Exhibit A) On the hook, he sings "She might move on to rappers and ball players, but we all know I hit it
Exhibit B) In one of the verses he says, "I hit it north, with her a** goin' south, but now baby chose to go west.”
Exhibit C) At the end of the song, Ray J references the famed sex tape that launched her career and stunted his singing, “If you were to come back to me, we can make another movie.
The song is generic and boring. The only thing keeping it in rotation is the absolute absurdity of a failed performer trying to resurrect a dead career by exploiting his ex.
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