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Yesterday TheUrbanDaily.com held an exclusive interview with Ray-J in which they spoke about  Chris Stokes, Marques Houston, groupies, and his new girlfriend. Ray-J cleared up rumors circulated by ex-B2K member Raz B, about his involvement in the alleged Chris Stokes sex scandal by clarifying that the artists solely had money-related disputes.RayJRayJ

Ray J tells The Urban Daily that he’s done with the groupies, the Hollywood hungered women, and his reckless behavior. Ray J also addressed ex B2K member’s statement’s about him being involved with Chris Stokes and Marques Houston:

I had a problem with Chris Stokes and Marques Houston a couple of years ago, they were stealing money from me and taking projects that I had out and taking them away from me so I started doing “diss songs” about them just talking a lot of smack. That was at a time in my career when I was real reckless so I had a lot of diss songs talking about them and who they were. I was just dissing them, just cause I didn’t like them as people back in the day but I’m older now, I don’t regret what I said or what I did but I’m definitely at a new time in my life that I wouldn’t go there again. He’s definitely talking about the “dis records”


See full interview at TheUrbanDaily.com

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