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Wednesday, February 07, 2007

So yeah the he say/she say between Ray J and Kim Kardashian has made blog news for the past month or so and we all knew the truth would come out...

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[Thanks to BOSSIP for posting, since YouTube snatched the video]

Kim began backing away quickly after more details of the tape were revealed, eventually admitting that the tape was in existence and now that Ray J sold it to Vivid for $1 million, you can now get you kicks from watching these two work it out on camera...


Funny how she's been all over the place about whether or not there was a tape...

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In her article with Complex Magazine she says:
There is no sex tape! Ray J’s not the kind of guy who would do something for revenge. There is no amount of money that could ever convince me to release any tape, even if I had one. I don’t need the money.”

But Ray J does, so...there you have it! Besides she should know all too well that a sex tape can only boost your efforts to be famous for being's what propelled her herpes-having BFF Paris!

According to Page Six:
Kim Kardashian, Paris Hilton's best friend, said she wasn't selling the sex tape she made several years ago with Brandy's younger brother, Ray J, because, "I don't need the money." But someone else did. On Tuesday, porn purveyor Vivid Video bought the tape, which had been floating on the porn market for about a month, for $1 million from an unidentified source. The company plans to have a DVD titled "Kim Kardashian Superstar" in stores by Feb. 28, with additional footage on

Vivid co-chairman Steven Hirsch said, "We are comfortable that we have the legal right to distribute this video . . . I've seen the video and it's really great. It has over 30 minutes of explicit sex that fans of erotica will find very appealing . . . Apparently, the video was shot by Ray J about three years ago when he and Kim were in a relationship. Viewers will definitely get their money's worth."