“I Hit It First” Isn’t A Diss, Says Ray J

Posted on April 8th, 2013 at 12:24 pm


Ray J is denying that his controversial single "I Hit It First" is a diss against his ex, Kim Kardashian, RumorFix is reporting.

Although he doesn't call her out by name in the song, with lyrics like “I had her head going North and her a** going South/But now baby chose to go West” (as in Kim's current boyfriend, Kanye West), coupled with the song's cover art featuring a blurred out picture of the reality starlet, it's pretty clear who the track takes aim at.

In spite of the obvious, Ray insists that it's all love and the track is just a song. “It’s just a record, it’s putting a hundred on fifty,” the singer said in an interview with NYC's Hot 97. “It’s about the concept, you know what I’m saying. It’s a great beat. They just gotta keep it on the surface. I’m not trying to create a war, it’s all love --  we're doing music.”

Saying he is just having fun, Ray blames all the hype the song has been getting on people looking too deep into things. “I think people are digging into it way too deep,” he said. “Like, it’s a song, we just having fun. We not on that situation … It’s not a diss.”

Reporting by Mara The Hip Hop Socialite

  • 2 Responses

    1. Ms. Yo'Londa says:

      It truly isn’t a diss to her, but I still feel that it is about Kim Kardashian. Listen to the lyrics (“she may move on to rappers and ball players”, come on!) and the art work…come on Ray J, who are you fooling. The single sounds more like he miss her (or really he just need some money and wants the song to be the #1 downloaded song), but no it’s not a diss.

    2. Disconnect says:

      I don’t understand a word he said. Can we take Ebonics in college?

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