Oh Foxy. What are we going to do with you??
Now that she’s finally beat a case, the New York Post found it necessary to do a full, in depth interview with Foxy Brown about her hard knock life as a knucklehead with an attitude. While we know it’s entirely possibly that the author (or editor) of the piece made her look bonkers, some of Foxy’s statements in the interview made us LOL and SMH all at once.
On her day-to-day life:
“The Foxy character and Inga Marchand are two different people,” she continues. “My fiancé calls me Inga. No one around me calls me Foxy. I go to church every Sunday. I go to Bible study every Friday night. I’m saved.”
On why the mooning incident didn’t happen and why it made her so sad:
“The mooning thing bothered me more than anything else in the past — because I’m a lady,” says Brown, 31.
Brown showed up in court last week with her attorneys, Salvatore Strazzullo and Ikesha Al Shabazz, ready to plead not guilty to flashing her underwear and bum last July. The defense was prepared to discredit the story by proving Brown was going commando in a tight dress that night — but the neighbor refused to testify, and the charges were thrown out.
The ordeal mortifies Brown nonetheless. “I’m cut from a different cloth,” she says. “I would never moon someone. I was raised in a good family.”
So you were raised better than mooning folks, but not better than running around with a dress on and no drawls? SMH.
More ridiculousness and pics from the shoot for this interview when you continue.