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The 'You Be Killin' Em' creator admitted the West Coast native pushed him in his chest but never touched his face. As a result of the scuffle, Fab's sunglasses were knocked off, but that was the only loss in the incident. The rapper took to the stage to perform at the Palms Casino following the confrontation without wearing the shades, an action he says is a rarity but proves his face wasn't in shambles the way Ray J initially reported.
During the course of the interview, the Brooklyn rhymer admitted to not once taking Ray J's threats seriously. "This s--- is more a war on drugs than a war between Ray J and me," Fabolous stated. "This n---- is high, coked up, on pills, and his rant is hilarious to me, first and foremost, a joke to me."
Fab referred to the 'One Wish' singer as "Lil Brandy" -- being that he's R&B songstress Brandy's younger brother -- as well as "Lil Red Riding Hood" -- he was dressed in a red hoodie during the alleged assault against the lyricist.
Ray's initial statement claiming DJ Clue would be the only person to squash the beef did little to faze Fabolous. "There's nothing to squash," the rap star explained. "We could progress in our own ways. I could go my way, he could go his way. He could continue playing the piano at Floyd [Mayweather's] crib if he wants and I'll continue to do what I do."
No response from Ray J regarding Fab's statements has happened yet.