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Kanye West Finally Disses Ray J, It Was ‘Bound 2' Happen

Billy Johnson, Jr.
Hip-Hop Media Training
September 10, 2013

We no longer have to wonder what Kanye West thinks of Ray J's Kim Kardashian diss "I Hit It First." West responded Monday when performing his song "Bound 2" during a surprise performance on "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon."

West altered the song's opening lyric to attack the R&B singer and reality TV star.

"Brandy's little sister lame and he know it now, when a real brother hold you down, you supposed to drown," West rapped.

West didn't mention Ray J by name, but there is no denying that the lyrics are about him. West instead chose to refer to the Ray J as the younger sibling of Grammy-winning singer and actress Brandy.

[Interview: Ray J tells Yahoo Music "I Hit It First" is not about Kim Kardashian]

Though Ray J is commonly referred to as Brandy's little brother, West took another dig by calling him a girl, "Brandy's little sister."

The original lyric is, "All them other n-ggas lame and you know it now, when a n-gga hold you down, you supposed to drown."

Though Ray J had not responded via Twitter at press time, a few users came to his defense:

Brandy also has not responded.

The feud must be awkward for Brandy. West produced her 2004 hit "Talk About Our Love," and rapped on the song and appeared in the video.

During West's recent interview on Kris Jenner's talk show, he said the first time he met Kim Kardashian was when she was working as Brandy's assistant.

[Related: Kanye West tells Kris Jenner that Kim Kardashian is his "joy"]

Kardashian and Ray J dated in the past and appeared in the 2007 sextape "Kim K Superstar."

In June, West and Kardashian had a daughter, North West.

Aside from the slam on Ray J, West's performance that featured Charlie Wilson singing the chorus, a boys choir and The Roots as the backing band, was incredible. Wilson, who received BET's Lifetime Achievement Award in June, sounded perfect.

West has received some flack for wearing a leather skirt.

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