Ray J "Not Trying To Put Fuel On The Fire" With "I Hit It First"
Ray J says Kanye West shouldn't be upset about "I Hit It First," comments on the record being about his life.
R&B songster Ray J is continuing to address his much talked about, new record “I Hit It First.” The singer has yet to reveal who the record is about, but many feel that “I Hit It First” alludes to Ray J’s former girlfriend Kim Kardashian.
While chopping it up earlier this week with Shade 45’s “The All Out Show,” Ray J again refused to speak on who exactly the song touches on and instead revealed that “I Hit It First” is more so about him.
“I mean a lot of people saying a lot of different things about the record. For me, the record is self-explanatory,” Ray J revealed. “Like I tell everybody, I’m not trying to put fuel on the fire. You know what I’m saying? We just want people to enjoy the record. It’s more so about me than anybody else.”
The topic of Kanye West, Kardashian’s current boyfriend, was even brought up during Ray J’s interview. When asked if West has a right to be angry, the crooner explained that no one has the right to be upset over something that happened in the past.
“I don’t think nobody should be upset about something that really happened,” said Ray J. “I think when people do music everybody talks about they life and what they go through. This just my chapter and I think people need to look at it like that and don’t look at it for nothing more than that.”
“I Hit It First” was released at the top of the week and also features an appearance from rapper Bobby Brackins.