There was some actual hassle brewing between Ray J and his spouse, Princess Love Norwood, however it appears that evidently the pair has lastly discovered a method to get again in love.
Up to now few months, the well-known couple mentioned they had been getting a divorce after a nasty battle in Las Vegas.
Nevertheless, this week, the Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood star and businessman took to social media the place he posted a candy video of his spouse killing it on Megan Thee Stallion’s “#SavageChallenge,” that has gone viral on Tik Tok.
The proud husband captioned the video: “Getem prinky!!! @princesslove.” He added: “I nonetheless wanna all the time see my spouse winning- it doesn’t matter what.”
The video was posted after the duo appeared on a 4-part sequence on Zeus referred to as The Dialog, the place Princess Love lashed out at Ray J by saying: “You realize why we’re right here, and it’s unlucky the one approach we will have this dialog is that if we’re filming. I really feel like that is the one approach I can get actual solutions out of you.”
He responded by: “I didn’t wish to proceed to argue within the paragraphs that we had been going again with and forth with one another, saying all this manner out stuff that I felt was damaging, tarnishing, disrespectful on each ends. It was turning into overwhelming of negativity.”
She additionally accused him of making an attempt to purchase a house with out her and leaving her stranded whereas pregnant. The mom of two revealed: “You determined to place a deposit down with out speaking to your spouse about it. If we depart on unhealthy phrases at present and I’m going to a male strip membership, and I resolve to ask them house.”
He hit again with: “I didn’t invite a stripper house with me,” he mentioned. As he stored making an attempt to elucidate himself, Princess stored asking the identical query time and again: “The strippers didn’t come again to the resort with you, sure or no?”
She concluded by: “You’re disrespectful, I don’t respect you, I misplaced a number of love for you, and also you’re not a protector. You’re not that. That’s necessary to me, and also you’re not that.”
It appears there’s room for reconciliation on a sequel to The Dialog within the close to future.