Kanye West's "Famous" music video is not sitting well with some of the people featured in the controversial visual. The latest person to react negatively to their likeness being used is Ray J, or at least his manager. TMZ tried to get a comment from Ray J on the video, but the singer denied them the opportunity. That did not stop his manager Wack100 from spouting off his thoughts on the whole thing.

"If they didn't show Ray J with his dick in Kim Kardashian's mouth, tell Kanye to go back and reshoot that shit," Wack100 said. "Tell that nigga he a long way from Chicago. He'd better watch his motherfucking mouth."

Kanye West might have angered the wrong man in Wack100. You might be familiar with the name as Wack also serves as a manager for The Game. This past December, Wack knocked out Stitches outside a Miami club after the rapper antagonized The Game on social media. But in a strange twist, Wack would actually become Stitches' manager just one month later.

Ray J and Wack100's frustration over the "Famous" music video puts them in the same situation as Taylor Swift, who was reportedly upset with her likeness being used too. Hollywood Life reported a source close to her camp as saying, "Taylor is livid and horrified. She didn’t know what to do when she heard about what Kanye did. She is bewildered, feels betrayed and is beyond frustrated with Kanye. It is like a complete nightmare."

Everyone featured in Kanye West's latest endeavor has not been upset though. Chris Brown reacted positively by calling Yeezy "talented but crazy." And former president George Bush seemed to take it in stride as a rep told TMZ that he was in "better shape" than the body in the video.

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