Ray J is calling out Kim Kardashian and Kanye West over the drama surrounding an alleged sex tape.
The “One Wish” singer reacted to an emotional scene that aired on “The Kardashians” this week, which shows Kanye returning a hard drive believed to contain Kim and Ray J’s unreleased sex tape.
Ray J responded to the viral video by suggesting it’s all cap. “All of this is a lie,” he commented on Hollywood Unlocked’s Instagram post before slamming the alleged false narrative. “SMH. Can’t let them do this anymore. So untrue.”
During this week’s episode of “The Kardashians” on Hulu, Kim shared footage of Ye presenting her with the full “sex tape” that he retrieved from Ray J. Ye claimed that he took a red eye and got the footage from Ray J before bringing it to Kim amid their divorce.
Kim was emotional as she opened the suitcase in front of family members, revealing the hard drive. “He got me all of the sex tape back,” she said as tears filled her eyes. “I know Kanye did this for me, but he also did this for my kids. I wanna shield them from as much as I can and if I have the power to or if Kanye has the power to, like that is the most important thing to me and I am so emotional because of it. It just means a lot to me.”
Ye flew from NY to LA and back to NY overnight to get the remaining unreleased footage of Kim's sex tape from Ray J and give it to her before her SNL appearance: pic.twitter.com/Mv0agCseUE
— Ye Media (@KanyeMedia_) April 28, 2022
However, according to Kim, the footage did not contain any explicit material. “Nothing sexual, nothing weird. So now I can take a deep breath and not worry about this,” she said.
When Kris Jenner suggested that Kanye had to cut a “big fat huge check” to get the tape back, he responded, “Oh, definitely not no check. We’re not getting extorted ever again.”
In September, Wack 100 claimed he was in possession of an unreleased Kim Kardashian and Ray J sex tape, which was longer and “more graphic and better than the first one,” and didn’t plan to release it to anyone but Kanye.
“Kanye, holla at me, bro. We got part two on the laptop and it’s never been seen,” Wack said during an interview with Bootleg Kev. “We can’t put that out there in the world like that. It’d be disrespectful.”