“Brandy Little Sister Lame”: Kanye Finally Responds To Ray J’s “I Hit It First”

September 10, 2013  |  



When Ray J dropped “I Hit It First” in April, the consensus for folks with good sense was that Brandy’s little brother had stooped to a new low. Not only was Ray J lying in the track, but it was a tacky display altogether, “kissing and telling” on an individual who is clearly happy in a new relationship, and was at the time, with child. Kim Kardashian never responded to such foolery, and surprisingly, Kanye West never opened his mouth (not even in his controversial sit-down with Kris Jenner) about the wack track…until now.

While performing his song “Bound 2” on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon from the Yeezus album, and backed by Charlie Wilson, the Roots and a talented boy’s choir, the rapper opened the song with a new lyric. The original opening line is, All them other ni**as lame, and you know it now, but on the show, he started with “Brandy little sister lame and you know it now.” It was his first live performance of the song ever and the first time he ever stepped on the Late Night With Jimmy Fallon stage, and he used such an opportunity on a stage that could be seen by a national audience to basically say “F U” to Ray J. The “One Wish” singer isn’t too fond of people trying to diss him (I’m sure you recall the squabble he had with Fabolous a few years back over some Twitter comments), so I wouldn’t be surprised if he responded. But he’s definitely done enough talking already…

Check out the performance of “Bound 2” (which is actually pretty good–Charlie Wilson kills it!) and let us know what you think!

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    ray j ‘s song i hit it 1st = desert thirst and struggle for attenton

  • Kaho’olawe

    Him referring to Ray-J as Brandy’s sister speaks to how he truly hates women.


      nah its moreso a shot at ray js manhood

      • Kaho’olawe

        And what way do men insult another man’s manhood? By telling him he is because like a woman, which implies there is something wrong with being a woman. And yes, Kanye does hate women. Have you heard his music!

  • Afrika

    What is so different about what Ray J said? Who listens to Ray J anyway? So many refer to her as a Jezebel, loose woman, immoral, thirsty, hoe, etc is he going to address each person and get mad every time……. Shouldn’t Kanye just bask in the joy of his union and his child instead always acting crazy and looking like he has an upset stomach????

  • dannydnice

    Bump the Ray J mess. Forever 21 just started doing plus size real right so don’t judge. I lost everything after that! Lol. The little boys sounded great, and Charlie Wilson is givin it to em. This dude said “Jerome’s in da house. Watch ya mouth.”
    O-@ yeah ok. That’s all.

  • lolo

    He’s not that lame he brought your chick fame

  • lolo

    He’s not that lame he brought your chick fame

  • Suchalady

    Well if anyone knows lame…

  • Sunny

    Kanye is getting lamer and lamer. Ray J’s wack song didn’t even need any sort of response.

  • DJ

    I’m only here for Uncle Charlie!

  • TallGyal7

    Please….with this foolishness! I need both of them to have a seat and shut up.

  • Darlene Lyons

    @bluekissess:disqus Exactly!!!!

  • bluekissess

    Issues like this puts a lot of things in prospective. People who work a 9-5, kids and bills to pay wouldn’t dare talk about something petty. These two are living beyond comfortable and have the nerve to argue about who hit it first, second or third? I can’t……

    • Yvette


      • bluekissess

        Here I am on the phone making bill payment arrangements and these two fools are arguing about this? At some point this joke will end. Right?

        • Whit

          Lol!! Ok!! I feel u on that

    • unque43

      Not that it’s right but we all have partaken in this type of foolishness. Even with all that we have going on in our average lives. There are times when we all go there, and it’s not right but it is what it is. I own what I do. What would you call what we are doing here commenting on what these two got going on. We are doing the same thing commenting to what someone else has said.

      • bluekissess

        I think commenting and beefing is two totally different things. As an artist Kanye shouldn’t have taken what Ray J said to heart. Because of the artistic expression used in entertainment. I would have to disagree with you on this.