Ray J Claims Kris Jenner Tried to 'Ruin' Him: She 'Masterminded Everything'

Kim Kardashian's ex Ray J has once again accused her mom, Kris Jenner, of orchestrating the leak of their infamous sex tape.

The singer, whose real name is Ray Norwood, featured in the 2007 video which shot Kardashian, 41, and her family to fame.

Ray J, 41, decided to throw in his two cents during a family beef between Jenner, Kardashian and the latter's former husband, Kanye West.

The rapper went on a since-deleted Instagram rant about the incident, with Kardashian begging him to stop dragging her mom into their drama.

Newsweek has reached out to Kris Jenner for comment.

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Ray J and Kim Kardashian at Charlotte Ronson's 2006 Fall/Winter fashion show (R). Kris Jenner attends The Fashion Awards 2021 on November 29, 2021 in London. Ray J has once again said it was Jenner who 'masterminded' the release of the former couple's sex tape. WireImage/John Shearer/Karwai Tang

West also lashed at out at his former wife and her mom about their conflict over where to send their kids to school.

"Don't let Kris make you do playboy like she made Kyle and Kim do ... Hollywood is a giant brothel ... Pornography destroyed my family I deal with the addiction instagram promotes it ... Not gonna let it happen to Northy and Chicago," West wrote alongside a screenshot of Kylie Jenner's former assistant, Victoria Villarroel.

Kardashian then reached out to Kanye with a message from Jenner begging him to stop harassing her, which West also posted to Instagram.

"From my mom - PLEASE," Kardashian's text to her estranged husband began.

"Tell him to please stop mentioning my name. I'm almost 67 years old and I don't always feel great and this stresses me to no end."

Ray J commented on that post where he accused Jenner of being the brains behind the sex tape leak.

"What about my mom Kris? You telling people false stories about me, making the black man look horrible, for your gain," he started.

He then accused Jenner of introducing him to Steven Hirsch, the CEO of Vivid which was the company that released the 2007 sex tape.

Newsweek is still trying to verify these claims.

The former couple (Ray J and Kardashian) dated from 2002 to 2006 and reportedly filmed the sex tape during Kardashian's birthday celebrations in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico in 2004.

The tape, Kim Kardashian, Superstar, was released in March 2007.

This is not the first time Ray J has accused Jenner of leaking the sex tape, but admitted he suggested the idea to Kardashian as a way to boost both their profiles.

"I've never leaked anything. I have never leaked a sex tape in my life. It has never been a leak. It's always been a deal and a partnership between Kris Jenner and Kim and me and we've always been partners since the beginning of this thing," Ray J told the Daily Mail.

He said he had seen how Paris Hilton's sex tape with Rick Salomon boosted her profile and spoke to her about releasing their sex tape.

Vivid Entertainment said at the time it purchased the tape from a "third party" for $1 million.

Before the release of the tape in February 2007 Kardashian sued Vivid Entertainment for invasion of privacy and for the profits from and ownership of the tape. However, she dropped the suit in April and settled for $5 million.

In 2017, Hirsch confirmed the deal was not brokered by Kardashian or Jenner and maintained that Kardashian fought against its release.

"It was that these people had the footage and were looking to sell it," he told Page Six but never revealed the identity of the party looking to sell the tape.

He called rumors that Jenner orchestrated the release "nonsense" but author and another ex of Ray J, Karine Steffans, also quoted in the same article said both Kardashian and Ray J would have had to sign off for the tape to ever be release.

"In order for that tape to come out, Kim would have had to have signed off on it, period. That's just the way that works ... Steve Hirsch would never have gone against that if he didn't have signatures."

Ray J is no stranger to calling out the famous reality family, and earlier this year slammed them for allegedly using him to create drama for a storyline about the sex tape in the most recent season of their Hulu show, The Kardashians.

Even though the sex tape no longer defines Kardashian's career, the 41-year-old was seen grappling with the prospect of her four children being exposed to the tape online.

Viewers watched Kardashian in tears after West delivered her a hard drive said to be from Ray J, which allegedly contained unreleased footage of the reality star's infamous sex tape.

The singer disputed the events in the episode, calling them "a lie."