My gutt feeling told me that wasn’t true. Yet you know us bloggers report information before we get the entire facts. This is in reference to the article I wrote yesterday about Ray J knocking out rapper Fabolous following the Floyd Mayweather/Victor Ortiz fight. Come to find out, that wasn’t true. So says Fab, and so says Ray J.
Hitting up Twitter to give his mea culpa, Ray J admitted he lost control of himself.
“I want to apologize to my fans that might have been offended by the things I said on the radio today. I lost control.,” he tweeted Tuesday (September 20). (Ray J’s Twitter)
Monday night, Fab called up Power 105.1 radio host DJ Clue to address Ray J’s remarks.
“Who called in, Tupac?” Fab said sarcastically referring to Ray J’s initial Monday morning rant. “Tupac called in? That wasn’t Ray J. You can’t be serious. That wasn’t Ray J. That wasn’t him. That wasn’t Willy Norwood Jr. That wasn’t him. That wasn’t Brandy brother…It was no fight, it was no swing — This whole story that he made up, that Tupac rant about him swinging on somebody and all of that sh*t is all lies. It’s all, high on coke, on that Whitney. That’s all on that Whitney last night. Ain’t no swings take place. You can ask the Money Team. The Money Team was standing right there. Ask the Money Team that hes probably the water boy for — There’s nothing to squash. We can progress in our own ways. He can go his way and I can go my way. He can continue playing the piano at Floyd’s crib if he wants and I’ll continue to do what I do and he can continue to do concerts in n*ggas living rooms all he wants.” (Power 105.1)
So is the question, is Ray J on that ex Bobby and Whitney?