Ray J to Kanye: 'I Hit It First'

New track proves it's time for Ray J to go away now

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Jordan Sargent WRITTEN BY
Jordan Sargent

Ray J is Brandy's little brother, and he once had sex with Kim Kardashian and filmed it. You may remember that sex tape, which was filmed in 2003 and released in 2007, for being definitive proof that Ray J once had sex with Kim Kardashian. In case you had forgotten that Ray J and Kim Kardashian have had sex, Ray J is releasing a new single to iTunes next week titled "I Hit it First." It's a not-so-sly shot at Kanye West, who is expecting a baby girl with Kardashian later this year. Ray J really wants you to remember that he once had sex with Kim Kardashian, even before Kanye West. Applaud this man!

Of course, the sad irony for Ray J is that the sex tape only launched one career. Kardashian has gone on to build a powerhouse brand — last year Forbes ranked her at No. 7 on their "Celebrity 100" list. She earned an estimated $18 million in 2012 off of her various reality shows, endorsements and own retail products. Ray J, meanwhile, did not land anywhere on Forbes' "Celebrity 100" list. He might have made $18,000 last year, but maybe he was at No. 101 on the list, who knows. We're sure he was definitely at No. 101.

So now Ray J stays relevant by badgering the hilariously more successful Kardashian on Twitter because he has no other means of power. He has recently moved onto attempting to incite West by reminding everyone that he once had sex with a woman before Kanye did. Kanye, to his credit, has yet to respond to Ray J — his mere existence says more to Ray J than any words could. Every passing day refutes Ray J's insane assertion that he "put [Kardashian] on," but his imepnding "single" has pushed his desperation to its lowest depths. He is wrong about everything, and by staking his career on slut-shaming his ex-girlfriend he long ago crossed the line from mild annoyance to evil human being. 

Ray J, it is time for you to go away now. Some TV network will surely have you. Or won't they?

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