Brandy Norwood continued to flaunt her weight gain as she attended an event over the weekend with her brother, reality star/singer Ray J.
The “Never Say Never” singer and her brother attended the Urban One Honors on Sunday and posed for pictures together. Brandy shared a close-up shot of her looking at her baby brother while the father-of-one stared at the camera.
"You know what they call me so you need to chill. Get off his page. - Ray J's sister."
“My favorite person in the world,” she declared.
Ray also shared a picture from the event where he and his sister posed with gospel musician, Marvin Sapp. Brandy wore a long-sleeved, midi, black dress while ray looked dashing in a dark blue suit.
In another image posted by TV One’s Instagram account, the Norwood siblings appeared to be seated for an interview. Ray held a microphone in one hand and was taking a selfie with the other. The photo was captioned:
“Brother/sister moment backstage”
Brandy and Ray have always been close and save for a brief period when it seemed like all was not well between her and Ray’s wife, Princess Love, the Norwood siblings are the epitome of “Sibling Love.”
The alleged family feud started when Princess shared a series of cryptic tweets that seemed to insinuate her husband was cheating. Brandy and her mother, Sonja Norwood, were not comfortable with the posts and reportedly confronted Princess over it.
The “Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood” star was pregnant with her and Ray’s daughter at the time, and Brandy was noticeably absent at the baby shower.
The women have since reconciled and the “What About Us?” singer spent last Thanksgiving with Princess and Ray J’s daughter, Melody. Princess and Brandy also recently joined forces to defend Ray after a troll insulted him on social media.
Ray took to Instagram to update fans of “Love & Hip Hop Hollywood” about a proposed music album that was “pushed back like a bad hairline” and blamed political reasons for the flop.
After the troll told Ray, "Nobody takes you serious when it comes to music bruh," Brandy, 39, shot back:
"You will take him seriously. I promise you that. You know what they call me so you need to chill. Get off his page. - Ray J's sister."
Princess also called the mean person a “Nobody!”
Meanwhile, fans of the famous Norwood siblings have even more reason to be happy as Ray, 37, recently announced that he and his sister are working together on a joint album.