Norwood is protective of her baby brother.
Fans of the Love & Hip Hop brand were looking forward to the program's music project. Ray J dealt them some bad news when he announced that the album was being "pushed back like a bad hairline." He cited "political reasons" as the source of the delay.
"Couldn't get the cast members on the same page. Couldn't get the business done right. I was thinking of about it like it was a compilation, everybody just kinda shine with the singles that's already out. I guess everyone had a different idea. So we're back to the drawing board [...]Hopefully by next season, if there is a second season, then we'll have out music out at the same time."
A social media user took the opportunity to tell him that "Nobody takes you serious when it comes to music bruh. But you make pretty babies."
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Ray J responded with positivity, hardly acknowledging the criticism: " I guess I should say thank you lol." His sister Brandy Norwood spotted the comment and came through to defend the "One Wish" singer: "You will take him seriously. I promise you that. You know what they call me so you need to chill. Get off his page. - Ray J's sister." She did not specific was people call her, but it sounds ominous enough to get someone to step back.