Ray J Apologizes — To His Fans!

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Just moments ago, Ray J took to his Twitter account to offer up an apology to his fans. Ray J told his fans, “I lost control.” He still hasn’t offered an apology to Fabolous or vice versa.

As we reported, Fabolous accused “Little Red Riding Hood” aka Ray J of “being high, on coke, or on pills” after mouthing to The Breakfast Club on Power 105.1’s Morning Show following their incident in Las Vegas.

Check out Ray J’s apology to his fans below:


I want to apology to my fans that might have been offended by the things I said on today’s radio interview. I lost control.
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I want to apology to my fans that might have been offended by the things I said on today’s radio interview. I lost control.

Previously: Ray J Speaks On Punching Fabolous! [Audio]

Fabolous Addresses Feud with “Little Red Riding Hood” aka Ray J! [Audio]

Fabolous accuses “Little Red Riding Hood” aka Ray J of being high, on coke, or on pills after mouthing on The Breakfast Club! Fabolous explains the entire altercation with “Little Red Riding Hood” Ray J to Power 105.1’s DJ Clue.

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Listen to Fabolous’ interview and get his side of the story below:

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Who do you believe — Ray J or Fabolous?

Michael Vick Suffers CONCUSSION! [Video]

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Michael Vick threw for a pair of touchdowns for the Eagles (1-1) but left with what coach Andy Reid later described as a concussion after getting spun by a Falcons rusher into Eagles lineman Todd Herremans. Vick staggered to the sideline and appeared to spit out blood coming off the field.

Vick was not hospitalized and was cleared to travel with the team back to Philadelphia, but will have to undergo concussion-specific testing before he can be cleared to return to practice or play in a game.

According to sources with knowledge of the situation, Eagles QB Michael Vick wanted to return to Sunday night’s game against the Falcons after suffering a concussion, but the team refused to allow him to.