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TheJasmineBrand.com chatted with Ray J about his new gig on Bad Girls Club, and during the interview, they chatted about him and Kim Kardashian kicking off Reality Tv shows:
We been there kinda from the start; like I think when reality first started people were a little bit afraid of it, but ya know now it’s the new wave, it’s the new TV, it’s pop culture. It’s everything in one as far as entertainment. It has its own space now and I think we saw it from the beginning and I think now it’s just evolved. It’s so big–everybody wants to do reality everybody wants to have a show about their life or their family and a lot of people think it’s easy but it’s not. I think people are really hand picking the right people to fit this space, and I just think we always kept it real always kept it 100 and we still here.
What’s Next After ‘I Hit It First’:
‘I Hit It First’ was so left field. So now, again making that song, it was the beginning of a story that I’m telling. So now it’s time to go into the next phase of it. I can’t really say yet because the song is so fresh, it feels like the song has been out for like 4 months but it’s only been like a few weeks. So I can’t really say yet but it’s going to be explosive.
On Kanye’s Statement At The Met Gala That Kim Is Awesome:
Independent women are awesome.
On Kim Kardashian’s controversial dress at the MET Gala:
I haven’t got a chance [to see the dress], I don’t be on the internet like that. I got to step my internet game up. I don’t know, I’m sure she looked good though.
On If He If Has Received Any Backlash From Kim and Kanye About The Song:
You know what, I’ve been working so hard and doing these TV shows and putting this new music together, my intentions was just to always put out music and stay true to what we do. My intentions were to never make people feel bad or do anything in a negative manner. My intentions behind the song is the same way I do every song, I just go in–we do songs, we sell it, we put it out, people enjoy it. You love it, you hate it, that’s the special thing about music.
On If Kim Kardashian and Kanye West Have Responded To The Song:
Only a few people have my number so I couldn’t even answer that. I don’t even know.