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Photos: Ray J parties at Gallery, dines and shops at Sugar Factory

Ray J dines at Sugar Factory American Brasserie in the Paris on Friday, April 27, 2012.
Photo: David Becker/WireImage

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R&B singer and reality TV star Ray J had a busy Friday night in Las Vegas. Before playing host at Gallery Nightclub in Planet Hollywood, the brother of singer Brandy dined at Sugar Factory American Brasserie in the Paris and shopped at the adjoining retail store.

Ray J and his entourage at SFAB enjoyed macaroni and cheese pops, sliders and spinach artichoke dip, while Ray J sipped on a large goblet of Sunshine Tea made with Seagram’s Sweet Tea Vodka and freshly brewed iced tea. The group also enjoyed shots of Patron.

At the confectionery, Ray J, who was reportedly dating Whitney Houston before her tragic death, stocking up on sweets and posed with a signature Couture Pop along the candy wall. He signed the candy shop’s chocolate cigars and stopped to say hello to fans.

Ray J was a sharp dressed man in a light-brown, fitted Emporio Armani suit, a white button-down-collar shirt and black dress shoes before heading to Gallery. Partygoers roared their approval when he got on the mic to hype up the crowd, while the sexy ladies fought for the love of Ray J.

Ray J held down the head VIP table, where he posed for several photographs and enjoyed Ciroc, Patron and Hennessy while partying to “My Chick Bad” by Ludacris and “Teach Me How to Dougie” by Cali Swag District. Thanks to David Becker of WireImage for his photo gallery.

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