Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Ray J claims new song isn't about Kim Kardashian

When Ray J said "I Hit It Firs"', he wasn't talking about his famous ex-girlfriend, Kim Kardashian. Or so he claims.

Ray J claims new song isn't about Kim Kardashian


When Ray J said "I Hit It First", he wasn't talking about his famous ex-girlfriend, Kim Kardashian. Or so he claims. The R&B singer released his latest track this weekend, which many music fans thought was a direct message to Kim's current item, Kanye West.

The lyrics and song title seemed pretty self-explanatory, but early this morning, Ray J popped onto radio air waves to clear it all up. According to the brief statement he made on a phone call with New York's Hot 97, "It's a song, it's not about that, it's about a concept. People going way too deep."

But as clever internet users have discovered, the pixelated artwork that adorns the single's album cover is Kim Kardashian in a bikini on the beach. Hm.

You can decide for yourself–listen to the new song, below.

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