It looks like Brandy’s little brother, Ray J, will be the next artist to hit the small screen. And we’re not talking television.
Adult Film Company Vivid Video allegedly forked over $1 million for the rights to the Ray J/Kim Kardashian sex tape which has been renamed Kim Kardashian Superstar. The film will be released Feb. 28.
For months, both parties denied the tape existed as rumors to the contrary began to mount. Kardashian explicitly denied the rumors in the Feb./Mar. issue of Complex magazine.
"There is no sex tape! Ray J’s not the kind of guy who would do something for revenge," she told the magazine. "There is no amount of money that could ever convince me to release any tape, even if I had one. I don’t need the money.”
The video garners praise from Vivid co-chairman, Steven Hirsch, who spoke to the New York post about the legality of the video and the overall quality.
"We are comfortable that we have the legal right to distribute this video ... I've seen the video and it's really great. It has over 30 minutes of explicit sex that fans of erotica will find very appealing ... Apparently, the video was shot by Ray J about three years ago when he and Kim were in a relationship. Viewers will definitely get their money's worth."
If curiosity is getting the best of you, still photos and a promo video are available at: www.kimksuperstar.com.