It’s Saturday and it’s time to decide the fate of another “celebrity.”
Oh wait a minute, ain’t that Brandy’s brother?!
So Ray J, step on down! It’s time to decide you fate.
Fact: Ray J has been around a LONG time!
When Brandy burst onto the scene in the early 90’s with her box braids, hits on hits, and slayage; she dragged our dear friend Ray J in our conscious. But Ray had bigger dreams than bodyrolling and doing the Bankhead Bounce with the catering staff.
Fact: Ray J can’t sing.
Yeah, while Brandy snatched on the final chorus on “I Wanna Be Down,” Ray J does not have said ability. This is the video that led to the alleged fight between him and Fabolous. And we all know how this ended.
Thanks Kid Fury! (@KidFury on Twitter) If you don’t already know, love, and follow him, you LATE!
Fact: Ray J has bops! Well, been a part of bops.
Listen. This is legit a flawless jam. Trash’s favorite line: “Sexy, can I visit you at work while you slidin’ down the pole, no pannies no shirt!”
143! AAAAAAAAAAYE WHAT IT DO!
Obviously, the source of our opening line! Back when we watched Free & AJ countdown the hottest videos, all of the lesser known R&B sensations were slaying! Remember Nivea! We’ll pay tribute to her and her Laundromat soon!
Fact: Ray J is a Petty Betty.
Bye Ashy! While I am no fan of the Kardashian, we know you had sex with her. We know that she got paid millions of dollars while you took home a Happy Meal toy. We know that she’s gone on to be rich, famous, and inescapable. We know that you…ummm?
Got that snazzy haircut? I guess.
Girl what is that?
Fun Fact: I Hit It First is one of Class’s favorite songs and was on his 2013 Top Played from Spotify.
Fact: Ray J ruins shows.
Ray J was a part of two great shows from the 90’s and early 2000’s, Moesha & One On One. On both shows, he appeared mid-series and did his very best to ruin it. We didn’t care about Dorian or how he almost ruined the relationship between Frank & Dee. We definitely didn’t care about One on One when Flex Washington left to smile at Shanice. It was trash and he was trash.
Verdict: Go sit in the corner, sir.
We live in a world where we have enough psuedo-celebrities. Who keeps letting Ray J make music? Who keeps letting him act? Ray J, you are not a thug. You’re not a good singer. Stick to random appearances in flop rappers songs and find Cris Arroyo and bring back New York! I know you have his number!
What’s your verdict? I know that I ignored Family Business and For The Love of Ray J but they just weren’t that illuminating or trashy. And that’s not what I’m trying to do.
Let us know in the comments or on the Twitter Machine! Happy Saturday!