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Ray J claims that Kris Jenner forced him and Kim Kardashian to record a second sex tape, watched both of them, and then decided which one to broadcast.

According to Ray J, Kris Jenner allegedly watched many cuts of his 2007 sex tape with Kim Kardashian in order to select the one in which her daughter looked the best.

 

Following Jenner’s admission that she did not assist in the publication of the sex tape while taking a lie detector test on “The Late Late Show with James Corden,” Ray J—real name William Ray Norwood Jr.—spoke once more about the sex tape.

 

Ray J reiterated in a 44-minute Instagram video that he, Kendall Jenner, and Kim Kardashian worked together to leak the tape that catapulted them into the spotlight. He also displayed what he claimed to be the contract that was used to negotiate the agreement. In one document he displayed, three “deliverables” were listed with the titles “tape 1: Cabo intro,” “tape 2: Cabo sex,” and “tape 3: Santa Barbara sex.”

 

Ray J said that Jenner had urged him and Kardashian to record the “Santa Barbara” tape in a previous 28-minute Instagram video.

 

Ray J added, “Her mommy made us go shoot it for safety. It was the third sex tape, or the second they been trying to play me on, that stuff called “Santa Barbara sex.” She looked at the motherfucker and said, “Hey, we’re going with the first one because the first one is better. It gives my daughter a nicer look than the second one that I forced y’all to do.”

 

In the 44-minute video, Ray J claimed that Kardashian had written the deliverables for him because she and Jenner were “rushing” him to sign the contract. Ray J said that the deliverables were written in Kardashian’s handwriting.

 

Insider’s request for comment was not immediately answered by a Kardashian or Jenner representative.

 

According to a 2007 story by People, the tape, titled “Kim Kardashian: Superstar,” was distributed by Vivid Entertainment, who claimed to have purchased it for $1 million from an unnamed third party. It included video that was shot in Cabo San Lucas in 2002 of Kardashian and Ray J, who dated from 2002 to 2006.

 

The recording was a “bargain and a partnership between Kris Jenner, Kim, and me,” Ray J told the Daily Mail in May, adding that he chose to speak up after the tape was prominently featured in the first few episodes of season one of “The Kardashians,” the family’s Hulu show that debuted in April.

 

On the programme, Kardashian claimed that the release of allegedly further sex video footage was a threat against her. Her ex-husband Ye (formerly known as Kanye West) flew from New York to Los Angeles and returned to get the final video from Ray J in the third episode of the show.

 

The publication of the tape was not orchestrated, according to Kardashian and Jenner, who have previously made light of the idea. In October 2021, during her monologue on “Saturday Night Live,” Kardashian made a joke about her mother not telling her that the sex video was “premiering” in 2007.

Himanshu Mahawar

Himanshu Mahawar is the Editor and Founder at Flaunt Weekly.

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