8
Apr
2013

[Audio] Ray J Says ‘I Hit It First’ Song Is Not About Kim Kardashian: ‘It Ain’t That Serious!’

Written by thejasminebrand in Blog

ray j-says i hit it first song-is not about kim kardashian-the jasmine brand

Ladies and gents, Ray J says that we have ALL jumped to conclusions. His newly released song, ‘I Hit It First’, is not what we think. The 34-year-old singer says that while we all assumed that he’s chatting about Kim Kardashian, the fact is, he really isn’t. And it ain’t that serious. In an interview w/ Hot 97, Ray J explained:

It’s not about that, it’s about a concept. 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. Like its a song, we just having fun-that’s it.

Check the audio out for yourself.

What are your thoughts? Did we jump to conclusions or was Ray J REALLY referring to his ex boo, Kim?

[Complex]

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6 Comments to “[Audio] Ray J Says ‘I Hit It First’ Song Is Not About Kim Kardashian: ‘It Ain’t That Serious!’”

  1. Malikka Michelle says:

    We all jumped to conclusions? Really?! But the cover art gave us all we needed and once the song leaked it was a definite rap. He knew what he was doing.

  2. Bazeyyy says:

    Ray J please! You’re taking shots at Kim and everyone knows it. We are all looking at it too deeply, yet you have Kim as your cover art..yeah we are all just doing the most with this song..oops you already did that for us!

  3. De'Andra Roberts says:

    *rolls eyes* Ray J knows good and well he wrote this about Kim Kardashian. Own up to it.

  4. Twaneeta says:

    The cover of the single and the lyrics are closely tied to Kim’ Kardashian

  5. tuff_desperado says:

    He said “I got her face going north and her ass going south, but now she chose to go West”… is he seriously saying its not about Kanye?? He’s more full of talk than North Korea with those nuke threats.

  6. Miss AG says:

    Oooooh Ray J…..

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