Posted on: March 22, 2008 02:54 MST
Filed under: Rap, R&B
Last week on Ballstatus Ray J spoke about his mixtape with DJ Kay Slay called Unkut. A track targeted Chris Stokes and this is what Ray J had to say about it:
"F--- that mother-----. Man, that n----'s a bitch. He's a thief. He tried to take my records and pull me off of television shows and put Marques Houston on the shows, basically replace me. It was a lot of weird things going on over there and I felt like he was trying to dig into my money and try to compromise my career. He and Marques Houston take it in the butt together. I'm real, so I say it how I see it."
The interview was conducted by CZA, one of the writers here at HHNLive.com
A radio interview followed where Ray J went once again at Chris Stokes and Marques Houston - view the video here on hhnlive.com
Paul Ortiz of Jason Proley Management, who represents CZA, provided the following statement:
To whom it may concern,
My client CZA wishes to address the situation involving the interview with the R & B artist Ray J and speak on the context and nature of to which the interview is being perceived. He doesn't wish to see any negative connotation derived from the article; it was a platform for the record-breaking singer to discuss topics that he felt were important and for the world to be able to know how he felt on said matter. My client is a journalist and personality of the utmost character and only wanted to present an interview that reflected the entertaining nature of the business that the artist is in, meaning no ill will to any parties involved.
Please feel free to contact me for any more information or to connect with CZA directly.
Jason Proley Management
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