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LISTEN: Ray J calls 911 afraid his girlfriend may commit a murder-suicide

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People think Ray J's fearful call to 911 is unusual for several reasons

Ray J made a shocking call to police last month after he feared that his girlfriend Princess Love may try to kill him.

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In the audio recently obtained by TMZ, the "I Hit It First" rapper can be heard begging the police for their help. Ray J tells the 911 dispatcher that he needs help because his girlfriend has allegedly been threatening to kill herself.

"Yo, I need help. Um, my girlfriend is threatening to kill herself," Ray J tells the dispatcher. "She threatening to kill herself because, I'm telling her that she made me mad, and I wanna like, end the relationship."

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The distressed rapper then repeatedly refers to his friend Earl Hayes, who just days before had shot and killed his girlfriend Stephanie Moseley, in a murder-suicide.

"One of my close friends just killed his girlfriend and just killed himself a few days ago," he tells the dispatcher, referring to Earl Hayes. Ray J repeatedly mentions Hayes and appears to be fearful that what happened between Hayes and his girlfriend, may happen to him.

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"Earl just killed his girlfriend and I'm thinking she might kill me," he confesses.

Ray J also explained that he tried to take Love's gun away from her, but failed and now he is too afraid to head back there.

"I went back over there right now to find the gun but she won't show it to me," he said.

Listen to the chilling audio below.

If you suspect someone might be considering suicide, or if you have struggled with those thoughts yourself, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

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