It was more than a year ago that Ray J was bragging about his sexcapades with his most infamous ex and sex tape costar, Kim Kardashian, with “I Hit It First” but it appears he has had a serious change of heart—as demonstrated by his new video, “Never Shoulda Did That.”
In the song, the singer recounts all of his woes and regrets over the years… including, of course, the production of Kim K. Superstar.
We broke down the lyrics and analyzed all his regrets. Watch the video, and check out what we found:
This line, of course, refers to Kim Kardashian’s most notorious on-screen role.
Had he never recorded the tape, chances are, you probably wouldn’t be reading about Kim Kardashian today and she’d still be somewhere organizing Paris Hilton’s shoe collection. It would be a world where no one attempted to “Keep Up With the Kardashians.”
That said, most people probably wouldn’t be thinking about Ray J either. And he likely wouldn’t have had the opportunity to get people talking with “I Hit It First.”
In the long run, great for us. Maaaaybe not so great for Ray J.
It all went down when Fabolous poked fun at Ray J for playing the piano while performing at boxer Floyd Mayweather’s house in Las Vegas. The following night, Ray J punched Fab in the face and was promptly arrested.
The 33-year-old then called in to Power 105.1 and blasted his fellow rapper, even calling him and his crew “punk f--gots" and boasting about the swings he took, threatening to fight again.
In retrospect, we’re with you, Ray. Not a great idea.
Surprisingly (or, perhaps, unsurprisingly), there are a few incidents this could refer to. He’s possibly talking about the aforementioned punches he threw at Fabolous.
Or he could be talking about more recent events… In May, he was arrested after he instigated a fight at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel.
He was allegedly ordered to leave after he “brushed up against a woman’s [behind]” and then became rowdy when he was ejected from the hot spot.
According to reports, he was arrested and went on to spit on officers once taken into custody. Ultimately, he was charged with misdemeanor battery, resisting arrest, assault and battery and vandalism.
Spare us the details… it was probably not the smartest decision ever.