In a recent interview with the NY Post, Brooklyn’s Don Diva Foxy Brown spoke about being a diva, going to church every Sunday, her career, releasing a comeback album, Jay-Z and being offered $2 million to pose on the cover of Playboy magazine. Foxy was also three hours late to a recent photo shoot because she got pulled over for speeding and she and her entourage ran into Jay-Z and decided to chill for a while.
Speaks on being a diva
“That’s not me,” protests Inga Marchand, a k a Foxy Brown, when asked whether she’s a diva.
Speaks on being called Foxy and going to church every Sunday
“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 her career and Jay-Z
When she was 15, her cousin, a DJ, introduced her to a still-undiscovered Jay-Z, and she rapped on his debut album, Reasonable Doubt. “Jay and I are each other’s history,” she says. “We discovered each other, basically. Our first record together was what blew both of us up. We became Bonnie and Clyde.”
On releasing another album
“Of course I want to release another album,” she says. “It’s not that I’ve been twiddling my thumbs. I’ve had major setbacks.”
She says she’s still debating whether to accept Hugh Hefner’s $2 million offer to pose on the cover of Playboy. Read the full story here.
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