Backed by the band the Roots and legendary singer Charlie Wilson on the vocals, Kanye West decides to make a surprise guest on Jimmy Fallon’s Late Night Show. However, the bigger news from the performance came about when Kanye decided to finally address Ray J’s “I Hit It First” diss with a jab of his own during his live set. The G.O.O.D. Music rapper kicked his verse off by rapping, “Brandy little sister lame and he know it now…” much to the surprise of audience members and those watching at home. Take a look at the performance footage below to see Ye vibe out with his latest single off his controversial Yeezus LP.