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Brandy and Monica Grace the Cover of Ebony Magazine, Brandy Talks About Ray J

Beautiful ladies!

Brandy and Monica look absolutely gorgeous on the June 2012 cover of Ebony magazine. Inside the special music issue, the two ladies discuss their recent collabo "It All Belongs To Me" and why it took so long for them to work together on a music track. Brandy also talks about walking down the isle and her brother Ray J being misunderstood.

Peep some excerpts from the interview below:

Brandy On Her Boyfriend Ryan:

I wish we were engaged. He’s taking a little long on the ring side of things, but I’m patient.  I wanted to impress him. I wanted him to be proud of me; I was inspired by him. So making the record and his being there, it’s just all a part of it. Him and my daughter. I want him to love my songs. I want him to love my voice.

Brandy Speaking About Her Brother Ray J:

I know who he is. And I”m pissed off about some of the things I’ve been hearing. It really bothers me that [those are] the kind of things that people do for money.

He’s misunderstood. It’s one thing to have this image of [a ladies' man], but it’s another to become this other type of  person that they’re trying to make my brother out to be. I know who he is. This is a man who loves his mama and his sister and his niece. Ray J loved Kim Kardashian. They were irresponsible with their–you know–but he loved her. For five years, he was with her.  In his mind and in the world’s mind, he was in my shadow for such a long time. To watch his sister become whatever I became and to not have that same path or that same way it happened for me; to be called ‘Brandy’s brother…’ To finally break out of it, you’re going to brag; you’re going to feel something about yourself. It’s not coming from a bad place, and I can tell you: Some of the shoes Ray J’s walking in, you’d take off immediately. You wouldn’t be able to handle the type of shoes he’s in.

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The full article will be available on newsstands this month.