John Cena Not A Fan Of Ray J's "I Hit It First" Track

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John Cena wouldn't mind going toe-to-toe with R&B singer Ray J over his latest track called "I Hit It First." The song, which many listeners believe references the singer's former girlfriend, Kim Kardashian, rubs Cena the wrong way:

The WWE Champion told CNN,

“If he’s ridiculous enough to make a song as stupid as that, he certainly is ridiculous enough to make a bad decision to step in the ring with John Cena anytime, anywhere. I would love for him to be a superstar for a day on WWE and I’d hopefully knock some class into him.”

Ray J said on Hot 97 on Monday the song wasn't written about Kim but was about a concept. However, the explanation might have meant more if it didn't include lyrics such as: “You might move on to rappers and ballplayers but we all know I hit it first.”

Kardashian, who was in a sex tape with Ray J, has been linked to several athletes including the NFL's Reggie Bush and Brooklyn Nets forward Kris Humphries, who she wed [and later divorced] in 2011. Kardashian is pregnant in a very publicized relationship with rapper Kanye West.

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  • _JIM_

    What’s classless is involving yourself in someone else’s business Cena. Mind your own!

    • He’s not allowed to have an opinion?

      • KingKongBrody

        Sounds familiar, I post on here I don’t like Ziggler cuz he over acts every time he’s hit, you see him hit himself every time he hits a dropkick, kick anything to get a sound effect, and I have never seen a wrestler in all my years (35) so obvious in calling spots. He’s so bad he makes me like Cena (god help me I hate him) and no I’m not happy he’s the World Champ. God help me the ZIGGY FAN BOYS tell me all the time I’m not aloud an opinion. Don’t get me wrong I do enjoy your site but everyone should be able to express there opinion’s even if they think other people’s don’t matter.

      • Smart Mark

        Richard, get off Cena’s D

      • Alex

        Didn’t you argue that Kenny Dykstra should “mind his own business” when he gave his opinion about Cena taking his girlfriend, Richard? I remember that. So why is it that Cena is allowed to have an opinion but Kenny wasn’t?

        Cena’s allowed to have an opinion (and so does Kenny for that matter), but is this one he really wanted to start a feud over? Seems like a waste of time. At least Punk was standing up for women who were being beaten on by their boyfriends. I’m not sure what Cena is standing up for. Kim Kardashian isn’t exactly a classy lady nor was she ever physically abused by Ray J. Just seems like a waste of time to me, plus Cena just gave Ray J and the song some more publicity. I didn’t even know of this song at first, but now I’m curious to see what all of this is about and plan on hearing it.

  • Chris

    Cena is such a duchebag!!

    • H.M.

      Spell check is your friend.

  • Nostaljack

    Why does anyone care about Ray J? He’s never been musically successful. All Cena did was shine a light on a non-talent and garnered him more attention. No ones checking for Ray J. Just stay quiet and the song will bomb like they all do.

    • bpoi

      cena only chooses to fight against opponnents who want to physically kick his skull in but that aren’t allowed to do so or are unable to do so at the present time for whatever the reasons are or may be. orton used to be a guy who’d do that but now he’s having to behave wrongfully. fact is his promos were better in 2008-2009 and some of 2010. till now he’s having to say, do and behave in ways that suck worse than f**kin hellaciously! all because of the conspiracy which has been going on in wwe for quite a while now. i had enough of this stupidity. i’m going to get in wwe in the future and kick cena’s ass and defeat him. i don’t know how but i’m going to.

      • viperstrike

        My opinion: I miss Orton as determined, badass, intense Viper! Him not being allowed to be that way anymore sucks pathetically!

      • opie

        You must be high.

    • Smart Mark

      That was Ray J’s aim. To have the public eye on him which people like John Cena are now accomplishing for him.

      • Nostaljack

        Of course you’re right. I just don’t get why Cena would bother with a non-event like this. The song would have disappeared into the ether quietly like most of his songs do had the subject not been approached. ‘Course, it probably still will anyway.

  • Xavier

    This isn’t Cena’s business. Kardashian isn’t a chick worth defending nor should Cena have commented on this

  • Mark

    And I’m not a fan of anything having to do with most Mainstream/Gangster Hip-Hop, this is a waste of time.

  • Kenneth

    Cena following in C.M.Punk’s footsteps.

    • Alex

      Yeah, but this one doesn’t make sense. Punk was feuding with Chris Brown, a known woman beater. Ray J has never done anything truly terrible or evil. He’s annoying yeah, but so is Kim kardashian so he’s not really worth the “noble” crusade that Cena is on. All I can imagine is that Cena and Kim must be really good friends for this to come up.

  • Smart Mark

    Cena still wishes he was a rapper

  • Matt

    Is this news?