Like Anyone, Kim Kardashian Had to Be High to Have Sex With Ray J

Everyone knows that the primary reason why Kim Kardashian (and subsequently the rest of the Kardashian-Jenner Family) became famous. Kim took a page out of Paris Hilton’s playbook and a sex tape of herself was released.

The sex tape also starred Kim K.’s long-ago ex-boyfriend Ray J from 2003 to 2006. Their tape leaked in 2007. Ray J is a barely relevant rapper who is only famous because he starred in a porn video with Kim Kardashian. And this dickwad has been milking that tape for attention for over ten years.

Most people have regarded Kim Kardashian (and the entire Kardashian family) as an attention hog who has long been willing to exploit and demean herself for a shitty headline or a crappy magazine cover, even if that magazine happens to be K-9 Magazine. That’s not a joke. That actually happened. You can accuse her of being a vapid fame whore, but one thing she isn’t is an alcoholic.

Unlike most reality shows, Kim surprisingly hasn’t partaken in excessive drinking just for ratings. Though on a recent episode of this season’s Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Kim revealed that she did not always walk the straight and narrow line. Kim admitted to Scott Disick and sister Kendall Jenner that she had dabbled with ecstasy in her youth:

 “I did ecstasy once and I got married. I did ecstasy again and I made a sex tape.”

“Everyone knows it. My jaw was shaking the whole time.”

While Scott Disick showed skepticism on the accuracy of Kim’s statement, I, for one, believe her one hundred percent. It makes perfect sense. Of course, Kim had to be high when she made that sex tape! I mean, how else could anyone stoop to fucking Ray J stone sober? And risk the exposure of having it made publicly know that you nailed Ray J? Sorry, Scott, I’m with Kim on this on this one. She may not always be the brightest bulb, but I can definitely believe that she had to have been on drugs to agree to make a sex tape with a nondescript, mediocre rapper.

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