Ray J meets wife Princess Love in an awkward video in her baby shower with sister Brandy Norwood


Reunited, and it feels so uncomfortable! After an unpleasant and strange social media dispute, Ray J and his very pregnant wife, Princess Love Norwood, have decided to meet for their baby shower.

In a matter of days, Princess Love is ready to give birth to her second child. Ray J and his wife, who are already parents of baby Melody Norwood, expect a baby.

Ray J shared some videos where he walks through the family home with his sister, Brandy Norwood, and mixes with all the guests at the luxurious event.

At some point, while filming, Ray J met Princess Love, and had a very strange reaction.

The baby shower comes days after Ray J confessed that he and Princess are still together after she said she would file for divorce because she left her stranded in Las Vegas.

He said, "Well, first of all, let me tell you, princess, I love you, baby, and I'm sorry for all the things that happened. We get cold now, and we'll solve it. I know you're still mad at me, but as a couple, you go through things , and it got out of hand. Sometimes it goes out to the public, and then everyone has their opinion about it, but we are good, as parents and as friends and as husband and wife. We just went through something. "

Ray J explained: "I just want to make sure they are well. Despite the ups and downs, we are still together, and we are still listening and we are parents. We were able to spend Thanksgiving together, and we have been on a day-to-day basis ( base.) We are still parents, we still love Melody, we still have a baby on the way, so we are working to achieve it. "

Ray J also revealed why he was seen without his wedding ring: "I was going through the airport, my hands needed some lotion, so they took me out without him."

He went on to say: “However, I also got a tattoo. The tattoo is under the ring. Princess says, "Well, it's not a good tattoo," so I have to get a better one. … I can still expand it a little more. "


It seems that reconciliation is becoming serious.

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