Ray J and Kim Kardashian (Photo by John Shearer/WireImage)
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Ray J has been threatening for a minute to respond to Kanye West's "Famous" video and in perhaps the most ill-timed diss track possible, the rapper has revealed his own "Famous," which takes shots at West and Kim Kardashian-West.

Ray J's "Famous" features Chris Brown—who was also one of Kimye's naked bedfellows in Ye's "Famous" video—and appears to be a bit of a sequel to Ray's 2013 release "I Hit It First," which also took aim at the famous couple. If you're inclined to listen, the cut throws daggers at the entire Kardashian family ("Look at the family, they walk around proud / All because she had my d-ck in her mouth") and seems to reference Kim's recent robbery in Paris ("Gotta stay strapped while you walk around now").

All this comes at quite possibly the grossest time for a diss track, with Complex reporting the track came out moments after Kanye had been hospitalized, while Kim canceled her first public appearance since her robbery to be with her husband.

"You can’t fault me and Chris for responding to all the things that have been done about us over the last few months," Ray J said last month when announcing the track last month. It's the first single from the rapper's upcoming Raydemption album. Listen below:

Take it back to happier Kanye times when the rapper deemed himself the "rap version of Dave Chappelle" on Fuse's Daily Download: