Is Ray J Releasing Another Song and Video About Kim Kardashian? See What He Says!


May 9 2013, Published 7:48 a.m. ET

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Is Ray J about to release another song about his sex tape partner, Kim Kardashian?

The singer recently confessed "I Hit It First" is "the beginning of a story that I am telling."

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So what's he saying in the next chapter—and does it involve Kim? "I can’t really say yet but it’s going to be explosive," promises Ray J.

Uh oh…

If Ray J, who has a new gig as the host of Bad Girls Club All Star Battle, is getting any flack from Kim for using a lookalike of her in his "I Hit It First" video, he isn't telling. "You know what? I've been working so hard just doing these TV shows and putting this new music together," he swears.

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"You know, my intentions was always to just put out music and stay true to what we do," continues Ray J. "My intentions was never to make people feel bad or do anything in a negative manner."

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"So you know my intentions behind the song is the same way I do every song. I just go in. We do songs. We sell it. We put it out. People enjoy it. You love. You hate it. That’s the special thing about music."

Ray J

We wonder if Kim would agree?

Do you think Ray J should forget about Kim or does he have the right to keep bringing her up because of their history together? Sound off in the comments or on Twitter @OKMagazine


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