Wednesday, October 3, 2007


I mean, really! Have you ever read something about someone that was so outrageous and unbelievable, it made you wanna just throw your hands up in frustration and exclaim to anyone within earshot and yell out, 'This niggah, here!' Well, that's what I did when I found out Brandy's lil brother Ray J. is writing a 'memoir' chronicling his 'rise to fame,' family dilemmas, his sexual exploits over the years as well as his much publicized sex if we would really want to read that crap. I guess he figured if Supahead could make millions by lowering her already low self-esteem by putting herself on front street, he can to. Dummy. No, wait...I meant to say dummies. Whatever the case may be, as far as I'm concerned, he will always look like a little boy to me.

The BV Newswire has exclusively learned that Ray-J is in the final stages of completing his memoir, tentatively titled Sex Machine. The book, due out next spring via Karen Hunter Publishing/Pocket Books, will detail the hip-hop soul crooner's rise to fame (as a chart-topping recording artist) and infamy (as the co-star of a no-holds-barred, hard-core adult video with alleged Hollywood socialite Kim Kardashian). Tales of having sex with more than 1,100 women will definitely raise eyebrows for the 26-year-old heart-throb who has been romantically linked to Whitney Houston, Lil' Kim and fellow author Karrine Steffans (a.k.a. Superhead).

Former pop superstar Brandy's little brother will continue to prove he isn't little anymore with his foray into the literary world. Family affairs – including his sister's fatal car crash – will also be documented, along with a full exploration of his sexual prowess dating all the way back to his first experience at age 10.

Ray-J, legally known as Willie Norwood, Jr., is the youngest son of former music artist manager Sonja Norwood and gospel singer Willie Norwood, Snr. They are both devout members of the religious community hailing from McComb, Mississippi.

Hunter, the Pultizer Prize winning best-selling author of books by Wendy Williams, Rev. Al Sharpton, LL Cool J, Mason Betha, JL King, Steffans and Jonathan Plummer, is co-writing the book for hew new imprint, which will be officially launch next week with the release of the controversial title 'Why Black Men Love White Women' by Rajen Persaud

1 Comment:

candylicker said...

"This niggah here" - lmao
I would read the book.

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