Ray J's controversial single "I Hit First It" dropped two hours ago, and there's no doubt that people will be talking about this stunt for a minute. Just a day after Ray J owned the Internet with the song's pixelated artwork, we're able to hear the record, which is as deliberate as the title led everyone to believe it'd be. For example, the chorus goes: "She might move on to rappers and ball players, but we all know I hit it first." It's that literal.
Now that the track's out, one can only wonder how much of a circus the music video is going to be. Lookalikes, bitterness, and desperation are all sure to be present elements in the clip. Of course, we won't know exactly how the visual turns out for at least a little while, but we can speculate. So here are 6 Things We Expect From Ray J's "I Hit It First" Video. Be prepared for a shitshow.