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Ray J Uses Kim Kardashian Lookalike In New Video (Recap)


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On Tuesday Ray J Uses Kim Kardashian Lookalike In New Video was a top story. Here is the recap: (Radio.com) Ray J finally released the video for "I Hit It First," the controversial song that makes a reference to his ex girlfriend, Kim Kardashian, with whom he made an infamous sex tape in 2007.

In the video, which premiered online Monday (April 29), Ray J aims his lens at a Kim Kardashian lookalike and makes reference to their home video romp with a camera screen displaying a flashing record button.

In the final scene of the video, Ray J watches the faux Kardashian on TV as she is mobbed by paparazzi. He gives a sly smile at the camera as his vocals can be heard playing: "I put her on…"

Since the release of the sex tape, Kardashian's popularity has grown, with her subsequent relationships garnering a great deal of public attention. She has dated football star Reggie Bush and married NBA player Kris Humphries. She is now pregnant with Kanye West's child. - Ray J leaves none of these stones unturned.

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