When “Keeping It Real” Goes Wrong

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Remy Ma’s former friend and alleged shooting victim, Markeda Barnes-Joseph is finally recovering and speaking out about Remy Ma and Foxy Brown.

Via NY Daily News:

“They feel that they can do whatever they want and get away with it,” said Makeda. “They think that because they’re rappers that they need to make a name for themselves. It’s ridiculous, the stupid things she [Foxy Brown] is doing.”

“Because they’re hard-core female rappers, they [think they] have to live up to what they say in their raps.

Barnes-Joseph, who will undergo more surgery in October, was released from the hospital early this month and sees a physical therapist every other day. “I’m basically confined to the bed now. It’s really hard. It hurts,” she said. Barnes-Joseph said the scars on her stomach are a permanent reminder of her former friend’s betrayal. Also painful for Barnes-Joesph is Remy Ma’s denial that she shot the former pal. “I sit here and I try to think every day, ‘Why is she doing that? How can she deny that?’”

It’s a shame what happened to this girl, but when reading what she said, I can’t stop thinking of that Dave Chapelle skit “When Keeping it Real Goes Wrong”. The quote-un-quote hardcore female rappers shooting up and assaulting broads to be tough, but end up being somebody’s bi*ch in the pen.

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