B reviewed: For the Love of Ray J

It's with some shame, and complete candidness, that I review yet another reality show "For the Love of Ray J." On one hand you have to thank the stars that Flavor class="blsp-spelling-error" id="SPELLING_ERROR_0">Flav's coon show has come to an end, but on the other hand, are we really happy that Brandy's little brother has continued his legacy. Admittedly, (and don't you tell a soul), yes.

Watching Ray J "search for love" is kinda like watching your egg-head cousin run through girls with b-level game, and having a chuckle at how emotionally involved these chicks are after 1 night of living in his "house". To be fair, Ray J does have a charm, an honesty, and a little swag that makes his commentary quite humorous and engaging. I also have to admit, after seeing the tape, you also feel that Ray J, just might be entitled to a girl that can handle him...all of him.

Speaking of the girls...not bad. While I doubt any of them are doing anything super significant, other than participating in the show, some of them seem like genuine, cute, round-the-way girls that I could be friends with. What's more is that you feel like you actually know a girl just like "Unique" or just like "Cocktail", unlike the characters like "New York" who were completely manufactured.

Check you local listings for show times, but don't tell anyone you read about it on ont style="font-weight: bold; color: rgb(0, 0, 102); font-style: italic;">The B-Life.

xo, Jen

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