Fabolous speaks on Ray-J “Fight” Says no punches were even thrown
Loso gives his take on the tussle that went down between Ray J and him this weekend, and says don’t believe Ray J’s hype.
Fans were more than a little confused when news came out that a fight broke out between Ray J and Fabolous in Las Vegas. Now, after Ray J called in to Power 105′s The Breakfast Club and claimed that Fab felt the bad side of his fist, Loso spoke to DJ Clue on his side of the story.
Fab spoke on Ray J’s now-infamous rant on the Power 105.1′s The Breakfast Club, saying that it was totally fabricated. He said that he’s not even sweating Ray J’s comments, and that he better be able to back up his tough talk.
“This is not no big thing to me. It is what it is at this point,” he explained. “This shit is more a war on drugs than it is war between Ray J and me. This nigga is high and coked up or on pills. His rant, I heard it [and] it’s hilarious to me. It’s a joke to me. I’m taking this serious on the side of where he thinks that I’m the nigga that he should do that to, but I’m laughing at his whole character. There’s nobody that believes that Ray J’s gangsta to that point unless he’s gonna prove it. At this point now, he’s going to have to prove all that funny shit that he said…on The Breakfast Club.”
Fab then went on the speak of what exactly happened between him and Ray J. He said that he originally made a few jokes on Twitter about Ray J’s appearance on HBO’s “24/7″ with Floyd Mayweather, Jr. He added that although Ray J did not seem to have any real problems with his comments earlier that evening, the situation escalated later that night prior to Loso’s performance at the Palms Casino. Despite this, he said that Ray J didn’t throw a single punch, and multiple parties can confirm it.
“What really happened is…Floyd [Mayweather, Jr.] had a ’24/7′ show for the fight, and I guess Ray J was on the show and on the show, Floyd goes, ‘I’m about to have a concert in my living room,’” he explained. “The camera cuts to Ray J singing on the piano…and it was just funny to me. I made a couple jokes about it on Twitter, and I guess people had fun with it on Twitter…I came to Vegas for the fight [and] Diddy had a dinner…so Ray J comes to the dinner…and when Ray J came in, he was like, ‘Yo Fab, you got me on Twitter,’ we laughed about it, joked about it…what he said was, the way they edited it, the ’24/7′ show…there was people there, everybody was in the living room. It still was funny, we still were joking…and what we were telling him was don’t be doing any concerts in a nigga’s living room…that’s not where we wanna see his career go. We all laughed about that, he was cool.”
He continued, “I had a show here at the Palms [Casino] with Jadakiss and Styles P…I’m walking down the hallway to the show…I see 50 [Cent] against the wall, I see Floyd against the wall, and I see Brandy’s brother…I give 50 [Cent] a dap, I’m going to give Floyd a dap, and Ray J chimes in and says, ‘Yo, my nigga I’m here with the Money Team…and we were talking about the jokes, and a nigga wasn’t feeling the jokes.’ I’m laughing, I’m thinking he’s continuing the talk from the dinner…but I’m laughing with him anyways…and I go to speak to Floyd, and [Ray J]‘s still chiming in my ear…so I ask, ‘Yo, Ray J, what’s wrong? Are you serious?’…while he’s talking to me, he’s touching my shoulder, tapping me on the chest…so I’m like, ‘Don’t touch me no more’…and then, from there, he leaned back [and] pushed off of my chest. So when he pushed off of me, I jumped back to him and grabbed him up. There was not fight, there was no swing…that nigga was on that Whitney last night.”
The full interview can be heard at Rap Radar.