Kim Kardashian's Sex Tape Featured In Music Track, Ray J Raps His Regrets
By Tanya Diente | July 31, 2014 2:25 PM EST
Kim Kardashian's infamous sex tape with former boyfriend Ray J is referenced in the rapper's new music track which talks about his remorse over past indiscretions.
Kim Kardashian arrives at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala Benefit celebrating the opening of "Charles James: Beyond Fashion" in Upper Manhattan, New York on May 5.
The 33-year old former flame of TV personality Kim Kardashian, has released a new track which openly looks back at his past mistakes. The track titled "Never Shoulda Did That" runs for two-and-a-half-minutes and basically reflects on Ray J's past misdemeanours that ultimately led to the downfall of his career. Daily Mail reported Ray J made reference to the sex tape he and Kim Kardashian made in 2007.
The sex tape was referenced in the track through the lines "'f***ing b**ches on camera, shouldn't a did that s**t." A video for the song has also been made and has been uploaded to You Tube. The video, according to Daily Mail, even features an actress bearing a strange resemblance to Kim Kardashian.
Kim Kardashian and Ray J's sex tape became popular as it was widely watched by millions according to Daily Mail. It shows a then not-so-famous Kim clearly doing sexual acts on the rapper.
Watch Ray J's Video for "Never Shoulda Did That" below.
Ray J's track also looks back on his Las Vegas arrest in 2011 at the Palm's hotel. He had engaged in a scuffle with another rapper, Fabolous, which was reportedly brought on by some jokes posted on Twitter against Ray. The rapper was interviewed afterwards on live radio regarding the incident. This incident he also referenced in the song through the lines "Calling the radio station, shouldn't a did that s**t."
Then Ray J also rapped about his past relationship with ex-girlfriend Princess Love who also made a quick appearance in the video.
According to eurweb, "Never Shoulda Did That" and its accompanying video was recorded months ago. It's now available on iTunes and will be part of a mixtape called "Ray J: Uncut 2," which will be available for free online in August.
Eurweb quoted the rapper on his statement about his track, in which he said the song is his "way of moving forward."
"For me the song is about recognizing where I am in my life now and thinking about some of the things I've done that I have come to regret," he said.
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