The track is, rather blatantly, all about his (in)famous sex tape co-star and the fact that he slept with her long before her current boyfriend and babydaddy, Kanye West, came on the scene.
But while he may have "hit it first," Ray J certainly didn't sing about it first. Lil' Flip, Soulja Boy, Honey Boo Boo and West himself were rhyming the reality star's praises long before Ray J made his latest attempt at relevance.
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