Ray J has entered the family drama between Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. The Donda rapper has been on an Instagram rampage, accusing the Kar-Jenner family of denying him custody of his children. Ray J detailed his grievances against Kris Jenner in the same way as West did.
Kim Kardashian and Ray J started dating in 2002 and dated on and off until 2007. In 2007, the rapper was notably accused of distributing footage involving Kim Kardashian. Ray J got involved in the Kardashian-West dispute by commenting on a post about it. The Shade Room disclosed a text message discussion between Kanye West and an anonymous lady, later identified as Kim Kardashian. In the same letter, the SKIMS founder begs her ex-husband not to include Kris Jenner in his Instagram rants since it was “stressing” Jenner to “no end.” Ray J showed no remorse to Kris Jenner, accusing the 41-year-old musician of attempting to “ruin” his family. He also alleged that Kardashian’s notorious video was “masterminded” by her mother. In the post’s comments, he wrote:
“How about my mother, Kris?” You told people false things about me, making the black guy appear bad for your own advantage, you introduced me to Steve HIRSH, you planned everything for your family while trying to wreck mine smh – you don’t believe all moms feel stressed? Or are you unique? – I know it’s old, and I don’t care – this makes me sick – but God had and still has my back.”
Ray J cited Steve HIRSH, the CEO of Vivid, when attacking the Kar-Jenner family matriarch. Ray J mentioned this firm as the reason for the publication of his and Kim Kardashian’s video.
Ray J’s net worth
The 41-year-old is worth $14 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. According to the website, the actor-singer earns a million dollars every year. Prior to becoming recognized as a musician, he moved to Hollywood to pursue a career as an actor. In 1993, he received his first role as the foster son on The Sinbad Show. Since then, he has appeared in films such as Steel, Envy, Mars Attacks!, and others. The rapper returned to television in 2009, participating in a VH1 reality dating program. He also appeared in a spin-off of the program, Brandy and Ray J: A Family Business, in 2010. In the middle of his on-screen career, the Mississippi native secured a record contract with Elektra Records in 1995. In 1997, he released his first album, Everything You Want.
Knockout Entertainment, the singer’s own record label, was launched in 2004. The musician earns the most of his money via chart-topping singles such as Radiation, All I Feel, Another Day in Paradise, and others. Aside from his musical endeavors, the singer is also the creator of Raytroniks, a consumer electronics business that specializes in e-bikes, smartphone-controlled fans, smartwatches, and many other products. He also serves as MarijuanaStock.org’s main strategic media officer. According to TMZ, the rapper earns a million dollars every year from the firm.