Ray J Makes A Sweet Statement With New Video Confirming That He And Princess Love Norwood Are Still Going Strong
There has been some real trouble brewing between Ray J and his wife, Princess Love Norwood, but it seems that the pair has finally found a way to get back in love.
In the past few months, the famous couple said they were getting a divorce after a nasty fight in Las Vegas.
However, this week, the Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood star and businessman took to social media where he posted a sweet video of his wife 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 still wanna always see my wife winning- no matter what."
The video was posted after the duo appeared on a 4-part series on Zeus called The Conversation , where Princess Love lashed out at Ray J by saying: "You know why we're here, and it's unfortunate the only way we can have this conversation is if we're filming. I feel like this is the only way I can get real answers out of you."
He responded by: "I didn't want to continue to argue in the paragraphs that we were going back with and forth with each other, saying all this way out stuff that I felt was damaging, tarnishing, disrespectful on both ends. It was becoming overwhelming of negativity."
She also accused him of trying to buy a home without her and leaving her stranded while pregnant. The mother of two revealed: "You decided to put a deposit down without talking to your wife about it. If we leave on bad terms today and I go to a male strip club, and I decide to invite them home."
He hit back with: "I did not invite a stripper home with me," he said. As he kept trying to explain himself, Princess kept asking the same question over and over again: "The strippers didn't come back to the hotel with you, yes or no?"
She concluded by: "You're disrespectful, I don't respect you, I lost a lot of love for you, and you're not a protector. You're not that. That's important to me, and you're not that."
It seems there is room for reconciliation on a sequel to The Conversation in the near future.