It’s a classic feud to begin with, but it’s way more juicy when you add celebrity names to the mix. Kanye West finally fired back at Kim Kardashian’s ex Ray J during an appearance on “Jimmy Fallon” this week. SODAHEAD SLIDESHOW: Trashiest celeb feuds of all time Performing his song “Bound 2” during the show, Kanye rapped “Brandy’s little sister lame man he know it now / When a real brother hold you down you ‘sposed to drown.” Just in case you’re confused, Kanye is referring to Ray J — singer Brandy’s little brother — as a girl in the rap. Real mature, Yeezie. But actually, this time, it was Ray J who threw the first punch. Kim K’s ex and sex tape co-star recently released a song titled “I Hit It First” — and the music video makes no question about who the song is about.
Kardashian catapulted to fame as a result of that, and since moved on to West, with whom she now has a daughter, North. Related Kim Kardashian New Hairdo: Curvy Star Goes Back To Blonde Though West did not comment on the song, he stopped by Fallons show Monday night to perform his song Bound 2 which is off his new album Yeezus, and changed some of the lyrics. Dissing Ray J, who is singer Brandys little brother, the 36-year-old rapped, “Brandy’s little sister lame, man, he know it now. When a real brother hold you down you supposed to drown.” On I Hit It First, Ray J apparently wanted to make sure people remember that he was with the reality TV star first. In the music video, the leading lady looks exactly like Kardashian and in one scene even rolls around on a bed with Ray J during filming of a homemade video.
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The video itself put more credit to the reference by using a Kim look-alike as the leading lady. Kim and Ray J dated for a while back in the mid-2000s and even released a sex tape that pushed Kim to stardom. That song had Ray Js name back in the showbiz arena for less than a minute before it disappeared just as fast. Five months later, Kanye West has finally reacted to Ray Js feeble attempt at relevance. This week, Kanye dropped by Late Night with Jimmy Fallon for a performance of his song Bound 2.
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It probably shouldn’t. In fact, it’s a little alarming how similar Redick and Allen are statistically . The shooting guards share the same career true shooting percentage at 58 percent, and per 36 minutes, both players have made (2.3) and attempted (5.8) the same amount of 3-pointers. If Redick got the minutes and opportunities Allen did in his first seven seasons (18.8 percent career usage rate compared to Allen’s 24.1 percent), we might view him in a different light. (Usage percentage is an estimate of the percentage of team plays used by a player while he was on the floor.) Redick offered a glimpse of what he could do as a primary offensive option in big minutes last season. Just look at his numbers with Orlando last year compared to Allens championship season with Rivers: Redick ’12-13: 17.3 points per 36, 59.2 TS%, 21.5 USG, 16.1 PER Allen ’07-08: 17.5 points per 36, 58.4 TS%, 21.6 USG, 16.4 PER Although the statistical profiles are eerily similar, the process might matter to Rivers more than the raw results.
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Sister2Sister Magazine reports that Ray J and Teairra Mari are rumored to be the two primary cast members for Love & Hip Hop LA. Ray J is no stranger to the world of reality television, having starred in For the Love of Ray J and Brandy & Ray J: A Family Business. Teairra Mari is a singer/songwriter with a background in acting, modeling, and dancing who appeared in the 2010 film Lottery Ticket with rappers Ice Cube and Bow Wow. The spin-off show is reportedly casting right now, but we cant wait to see the final product. If its anything like the epic drama that is Love & Hip Hop Atlanta, were sure to be fans.