Amidst Chris Brown's arrest and allegations that he threatened a Baylee Curran with a gun in his home, Ray J is coming to the embattled singer's defense. Ray J was also reportedly present during much of the incident, and he appeared on ET Wednesday to share his side of the story. "Chris is my homie and I just can't let people just have this full pile of negativity going on with his name," he said. Ray J had his BMW taken by police during the incident, which he says he has yet to get back. Ray J called Brown's arrest wrong and thought it was sad how it all went down.
When asked what was going on before the incident, he explained, "We were creating, we were getting tattoos. We was talking about my new project. We were talking about so many different positive things in a tech community that we can do together — for the community. So, it just hurts my feelings when that gets derailed with stuff like that."
Curiously though, when asked about the specifics of Curran's allegations, he didn't have much to say, only responding "okay" to questions about the chronology of Curran's story. "Listen, I can't say what's truthful or not, because I have never seen that happen, and I was right there. So, I don't want to comment," he said.
He did, however, have some choice words for the media. "It hurts my feelings that you work so hard to try to get better, and a small little lint of a story that you don't even know is even real or not can affect you this much without even getting the facts," he said. "That's not how the system is suppose to work. That's not what we vote for."
Both Curran and Ray J's stories imply that the other is not telling the truth about the situation. We'll have to see who ends up being proven right.