Last week embarrassing audio leaked of Ray J accusing ex girlfriend Kim Kardashian of having stink box!
William Ray Norwood, Jr. (born January 17, 1981), known by his stage name Ray J, is an American singer, songwriter, record producer and actor. Born in McComb, Mississippi and raised in Carson, California, he is the brother of recording artist and actress Brandy Norwood and the first cousin of rapper Snoop Dogg.
Ray J. was born in McComb, Mississippi to Willie Norwood and Sonja Bates-Norwood. His older sister Brandy is an award-winning, multi-platinum recording artist. Early in his life, he moved with his family from McComb, Mississippi to Los Angeles, California, and in 1989 started appearing in television commercials for different companies. In 1989, at the age of eight, Norwood began auditioning for and appearing in television commercials; he played the foster son in The Sinbad Show, from 1993 to 1994. This period in Norwood’s life would shape his acting career. According to Bradley Torreano of allmusic, “his easygoing image and boyish looks appealed to the producers of Brandy’s television show, Moesha, giving him a role on the UPN series as Dorian “D-Money”, a role he played from 1999 until the show ended in 2001.
On September 17, 2011, Fabolous commented on Twitter about Ray J playing his song “One Wish” on a piano inside Floyd Mayweather, Jr.’s house during a documentary on Mayweather and Victor Ortiz. Ray J confronted Fabolous in Las Vegas just before he was set to take stage at the Palms Casino and is alleged to have punched him in the face. He was arrested following the incident and in an interview with Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club, he explained why he took offense to Fabolous’s tweets, stating that he played on the piano “every day” and referred to Mayweather as his “big brother” since the pair grew up together. Ray J demanded an on-air apology from Fabolous and threatened him, stating that he would “smack” him again. A number of celebrities were present at the incident, including 50 Cent, Mayweather and Kevin Hart. Nearly three years later Ray J took full responsibility for the incident in an interview. He acknowledged that he had learned from the experience and felt terrible about it as well. According to Ray J, he went into deep depression for months following the encounter while trying to figure out what led him to act out the way he did and “how can I now grow and be better?”
On May 30, 2014, Ray J was at a bar of the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills, California when a woman accused him of inappropriately touching her posterior. Police were called and deemed the touching incidental but he was asked to leave by the hotel staff. Ray J became angered because he contends he spent tens of thousands of dollars at the hotel over the last year. At some point, he allegedly became belligerent and according to the police, spat at an officer and kicked out a police car window in the process of being arrested. The charges against him included vandalism, resisting arrest and battery on a police officer. Ray J posted $20,000 bail and was released. The Los Angeles County district attorney on July 21, 2014 filed charges against Ray J and a police spokesman said his initial hearing would take place on July 25.
On July 22, 2014, prosecutors stated the arrest had turned into four criminal charges. He was charged with sexual battery, vandalism of a police car, battery on a police officer and resisting arrest. They claimed he willfully touched the woman’s “intimate part” for the “specific purpose of sexual arousal, sexual gratification and sexual abuse.” On August 19, Ray J pleaded not guilty to the misdemeanor charges. He was stopped by two police officers on August 6, 2014 in the San Fernando Valley. The officers claimed he was using his cell phone while driving while Ray J insisted that he was struggling to connect his Bluetooth. He was given a warning about texting and driving. The officers reportedly wanted him to step out of his vehicle, which he did, but Ray J claims they simply wanted to take a couple of photographs with him. The LAPD began an internal affairs investigation into the encounter with the two officers.