The ridiculous Ray J and Fabolous drama, which began on Twitter and quickly escalated to a real world fight at the Palms Casino in Las Vegas, continues to make headlines. Following Ray J’s insane interview (expletive-laden rant is more apropos) on Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club, Ray J took to Twitter a day later to apologize to his fans.
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“I want to apologize to my fans that might have been offended by the things I said on the radio today. I lost control.”
You think, Ray J? Mike Tyson circa 1997 had better control of his emotions. And he snacked on human ears. This smells like PR spin to me.
Now, thanks to TMZ, video footage of the Ray J and Fabolous fight has hit the Internet—and it features a cameo appearance by 50 Cent! According to the site, 50 played the role of instigator, suggesting to Ray J that he needed to confront Fabolous after Fab joked on Twitter about Ray J singing “One Wish” to Floyd Mayweather.
The clip is only 50 seconds long, and once the scuffle breaks out, it becomes hard to decipher what exactly is happening. But during his interview with The Breakfast Club, Ray J suggested he bruised Fab’s face.
Watch the video here and judge for yourself.
On another note, we might have to ban Twitter in hip-hop. Too many people have keyboard courage. And it’s getting embarrassing.
To the left, listen to Ray J’s lengthy interview on The Breakfast Club (NSFW).
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