The rapper explained:
[Image via Karl Lagerfeld/Harper's Bazaar.]
Wait, wait, wait… we are trying to wrap our heads around this one.
But according to Ray J, people are reading WAY too much into the track because it's not about Kim at all!
"It's a song, it's not about that, it's about a concept. People going way too deep. They just gotta keep it on the surface. I'm not trying to create no war, it's all love; we're doing music."
If the title and lyrics of the song — which BLATANTLY refer to Kim's relationships with Kris Humphries and Kanye West — aren't indicator enough that this song IS 100% about Kim Kardashian, then what about the album cover?! It's a pixelated PICTURE of KIM HERSELF in a bikini!
So WHAT THE F*CK RAY J?!
If someone wants to release a diss track then they should at least have the BALLS to admit to it! It's just plain cowardly to stand there and pretend his tune is a conceptual piece about love.
Oh, and for purpose of reference, here are some lyrics from I Hit It First:
"She might move on to rappers and ball players, but we all know I hit it first… I hit it, I hit it."
"I hit it north, with her ass goin' south, but now baby chose to go west."
And the song itself is available for your listening pleasure, complete with side-by-side of the pixelated pic and it's original (below)!
[Image via WENN.]