Tuesday, 9 April 2013

Kim Kardashian’s Ex Takes At Her Relationship With Kanye

Kim Kardashian's ex has taken a swipe at her relationship with Kanye
West in his new song – charmingly titled I Hit It First.

Ray J who starred with her in THAT infamous sex tape penned some
pointed lyrics to remind his love rival that he bedded the reality
show beauty first.

And the track, which is to be released next week, contains very
unsubtle phrases about the then-couple's sex life.

The singing sleazebag warbles: "She might move on to rappers and
ballplayers, But we all know I hit it first.

"I had her head going North and her ass going South, But now baby
chose to go West." Lovely.

Ray, who was dating Kim in 2003 when the mucky home movie was made,
seems to suggest he would still take her back.

He bleats: "No matter where she goes or who she knows, She still
belongs in my bed."

The cover for the new single is a pixelated photo of his ex; the R&B
artist also plans a video, using a Kim lookalike.

Since splitting with Ray J, the reality show star has dated Reggie
Bush, been briefly married to Kris Humphries the 'ballplayer' of the
song's lyrics before falling for current beau Kanye.

Kim is now expecting the rapper's baby in July.

Meanwhile the pregnant star and her sisters are suing their stepmother
for leaking their late father's diary.

Ellen Pearson sold extracts of Robert Kardashian's journals to US
magazines, which turned the spotlight on the end of his marriage to
the girls' mum, Kris Jenner.

In a lawsuit filed in California the Kardashian sisters and mum Kris
claim Pearson has engineered a "despicable and unlawful scheme to hold
in secret and convert, and now exploit... private personal and
copyright protected" documents.

The sisters claim the diaries are 'incontestably' their property, as
they are part of the inheritance from their father and accuse their
stepmother of keeping them "with the express intent to one-day
capitalize and exploit the valuable property".

They are suing for £312,000 in damages, profits, statutory damages,
punitive and exemplary damages.

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