What Is The Truth? Ray J Reportedly Says Kim's Claims Of Being High On Drugs While Filming Their Sex Tape Are Bogus

He said she was indulging in something else.

Kim Kardashian recently shared on her family's reality series, Keeping Up With the Kardashians, that she was high on ecstasy while filming her infamous sex tape with Ray J that shot her to superstardom.

Now, after her claims have gone viral, the married father of one's people are reportedly responding, calling her account complete BS.

According to TMZ, sources directly connected to the Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood star revealed to the site that Kardashian "never touched ecstasy" during the filming of their sex tape.

They went on to insist that, at that time, the beauty mogul never took any hard drugs and did not drink alcohol during the filming process, either. They did, however, mention that she smoked marijuana during the infamous moment "from a pipe shaped like a penis."

During her explanation, Kardashian also vividly mentioned that a side affect of her taking ecstasy was her lip constantly quivering. However, Ray J's source boldly and vulgarly fired back, claiming "her lip was quivering because she was getting f****d."

In response to the brash alleged response from Ray J's people, sources close to Kardashian told TMZ that she stands by her initial claim that she made on the show that she was under the influence during their filming of the sex tape. They further added that she is thankful to have learned at an early age the effects drugs can have on one's life and has applied those lessons to her adulthood.

As for Ray J, his sources reportedly expressed that he is offended that she would suggest she performed in the tape in an altered state, adding that she was fully cooperative from the beginning to the very end.

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