Following the release of his new video for the song “Famous,” Kanye West is getting the backlash he likely expected.
Ray J, who made the infamous 2003 sex tape with West’s now-wife, Kim Kardashian, is depicted next to his former lover naked in bed in the divisive clip.
Now, Ray J and his manager, Wack 100, are slamming the video and West. When asked about his thoughts on the video by TMZ, Ray J said: “I ain’t talking about that.”
Wack 100 interjected, saying: "Tell Kanye to go back and reshoot that s***… Tell Kanye to watch his mother***ing mouth."
The “Famous” video features an orgy of nude celebs with Kanye West in the center. Kardashian is at his left.
What's shrouded in mystery is whether the celebrities in the video are wax figures or computer-generated images.
Rihanna is also depicted in the video next to her ex, Chris Brown.
The likeness of George W. Bush, Donald Trump, Anna Wintour, Bill Cosby, Caitlyn Jenner, and West's former flame, Amber Rose, also appear in the video.
But perhaps the most controversial person to appear in the video is the likeness of Taylor Swift laying topless at West's right.
Reports say she’s "mad as hell" and "planning something," adding that she feels like “she's been assaulted."
And if that's not enough, the song features the lyric: “I feel like me and Taylor Swift might still have sex, I made that b*** famous.”
In a recent interview with GQ, Kardashian said Swift “thought it was funny,” “gave her blessings” and even “came up with” the line.
Swift has denied those claims.
The drama of the video is clearly not lost on West, who recently tweeted "Can somebody sue me already #I’llwait.”
That tweet has since been removed.