Ray J Clowns Kanye West, Latest LAX Paparazzi Incident [Video]

Ray J Clowns Kanye West, Latest LAX Paparazzi Incident [Video]

R&B singer Ray J recently showed off his more humorous side at rap star Kanye West‘s expense by poking fun of his recent scuffle with paparazzo at Los Angeles International Airport.

Ray used an on-street interview as an opportunity to poke fun at ex-girlfriend Kim Kardashian‘s current love interest.

Reminding the planet that he “hit it first” wasn’t enough … ’cause Ray J went after Kanye West again last night … and TMZ has the footage. Kim Kardashian’s sex tape partner was leaving Tru in Hollywood last night when he started mocking K’s airport meltdown … which is interesting considering Ray recently released a song bragging about banging KK way before Kanye came into the picture. Kanye hasn’t really acknowledged Ray J’s attempt at a beef yet. Think this will get his attention? (TMZ)

Recently, music icon Cher hopped onto her Twitter page and came to Kanye’s defense.


“It! Ran after him & yelled If i catch u I’ll beat u 2 death with that Camera mfr.He dropped it & Ran ! My 4 yr old child fainted ! fk them” (Cher’s Twitter)

Back in April, Ray addressed his alleged KimYe “I Hit It First” subliminal and said he was not thinking about the couple.

“I’m not thinking about that,” Ray said in an interview when asked for his take on Kanye not responding back to him. “We didn’t do this record to get a response from nobody. Like, we did this record for people to go to iTunes, pick the record up, when you hear it in the club, you go crazy. If you want to pop it on your iTunes that’s in your phone and have a crazy conversation about what it is, that’s what we did it for. We run an independent company and we having fun. … The thing about it is I’m not saying anything to nobody. The record speaks for itself. The record is so over-the-top that for us to go into the interviews and go crazy over some sh*t, it’s too much. It’s distasteful.” (“Street Sweepers Radio”)

A week prior, Ray denied having any ill feelings directed toward Mr. West.

“Yeah, he’s a great dude,” Ray said in an interview when asked if he had ever met Ye before. “I have nothing but respect. Even in these interviews I don’t really go into a lot of detail about that situation because it’s not my place to. For me it’s staying focused on the concept at hand and to me that’s Ray J, that’s this wild lifestyle that we live and the experiences that we have within this lifestyle.” (The Boom Box)

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