The singer has offered to give the couple approximately $47,000, a portion which reportedly represents four months of his 2014 profits from a pornographic film that he made with Kim Kardashian.
The breakdown of the money is as follows, according to the publication. Ray J reportedly made $6,135.60 in January; $20,097.31 in February; $9,674.76 in March; and $10,931.52 in April. The total amount he made in those months adds up to $46,840.13.
Vivid Entertainment says the tape has grossed $50 million since its release seven years ago. Kardashian reportedly makes at least the same amount of Ray J, though her profits were not published.
Ray J will donate the money to Kardashian’s favorite charity if he doesn’t accept the gift, the publication reports.
In 2013, Kanye West dissed Ray J during a performance on “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.” During a rendition of “Bound 2,” which was backed by The Roots and Charlie Wilson, West began the selection by changing the lyrics to the track, which was originally released as a cut off of Yeezus, to diss Ray J, who is singer Brandy’s younger brother.
“Brandy’s little sister’s lame, and you know it now,” West said during the performance. “When a real brother hold you down, you supposed to drown.”
The lyrics to the album version of the song are different.
“All them other niggas lame, and you know it now,” West says on the Yeezus version. “When a real nigga hold you down, you supposed to drown.
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