Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Ray J and Princess Celebrate First Anniversary


Seems like only yesterday when Ray J stole Princess Love from Floyd Mayweather's harem [click here if you missed that] and here we are at their first wedding anniversary...


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8 comments:

Felicia said...

They have a baby?

Anonymous said...

Despite whatever opinions/feelings I may have about Ray J, I will say this. I appreciate ANY black celeb male that marries a black woman! Unfortunately, it's just not common. Thus far in the marriage he seems to treat her with respect as he should since he made her his wife. So I will say kudos to Ray J for setting a good example in this regard (esp. for the millenials). Also, I appreciate him for not idolizing the Kardashians like the rest of these negroes!

Anonymous said...

@8:39

But Ray screwed Kim FIRST lol and didn't he get busted in bed with two females at Chris Browns house during that SWAT standoff...right after his marriage?

And whatever happened to that wife and baby he allegedly had back in the day? I recall him recounting his "wife" giving birth and how disgusting it was since her puss was no longer tight.

Anywho, Princess is gorgeous.

Anonymous said...

AWWW AIN'T THAT SWEET!! HAPPY COKEAVERSARY! MAY YOU BOTH SNORT HAPPILY EVER AFTER!!

Anonymous said...

*Yawn*

Anonymous said...

There are a lot of drugs around them. I wish Ray J and Princess could really make it but until they get their lives sorted out, I smell trouble. This girl was really pretty but she's lost her youthful look and I suspect that all this posturing for the camera is hiding some deep sorrowful pain.

Anonymous said...

Just an observation based upon IG and FB posts, but it seems as though the women in relationships tend to be more into the men than their men are into them. The other thing I've observed in marriages is that the women seem to wear their rings as a badge of honor whereas the men could care less. I rarely see husbands with their rings on.

Anonymous said...

@1:15, Your observation is correct for many women on social media. They need validation from their friends and family about their relationships or marriages. They also crave attention from their significant others because their fathers either weren't present and if they did have a present father, he was shitty.

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