By: Amanda Anderson-Niles
Kanye responds to Ray J? Rapper Kanye West made headlines before for his chart topping music as well as his strong dislike for the paparazzi, but as soon as the Grammy winning artist began dating reality star Kim Kardashian; for once, his personal life became a favorite target for the media and gossip tabloids. Critics of the relationship believed this increase of public scrutiny over Kanye’s personal life would eventually drive a wedge in between his relationship with Kim, but Kanye seems to have figured out a way to not let Kim’s tight relationships with the paparazzi interfere too much with their romance. With a new daughter to look after and rumors suggesting the couple might tie the knot soon, one would think Kim might have finally found a way to get the public to forget about her exes. She’s now divorced from NBA player Kris Humphries, and he’s quietly moved on with his life. Reggie Bush is engaged to his girlfriend Lilit Avagyan and the couple had a daughter several months ago. However, Ray J has made it clear that he wants the whole world to remember that he “hit it first.”
As we reported recently, Ray J made headlines several months ago when he dropped a diss song to Kanye and Kim called “I Hit It First.” Although he originally claimed the song was not about Kanye and Kim, he had a Kim lookalike in the song’s music video. Those close to Kanye claimed the rapper had no plans of responding to Ray J because he felt it was just another ploy for attention, but it appears Kanye may have had a change of heart.
During a recent performance on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” Kanye changed up the opening lines in his “Bound 2” song and instead took some jabs at Ray J. He raps:
“Brandy little sister lame and he know it now.”
Check out the performance below: