Foxy Brown Speaks On Controversy & Advice From Diddy

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In a recent interview with Sway of MTV, Brooklyn’s femcee Foxy Brown broke her silence and spoked about all of the negative controversy and press that she has been getting. Fox said that the press doesn’t care about the positive things that she does.

“No one seems to care when I donate 100 computers to a school, But if it’s a little scandalous, they are all over it.”

Foxy confronted a journalist who continuously wrote bad article about her.

“When I approached Paula Frolich, who was my nemesis at Page Six (NY Daily News) , she told me that if I was doing good things to tell my priest, But people want to hear the controversy and that’s their job, so I have a new-found respect for them.”

Finally, Fox spoke on the advice that Diddy gave her.

“Puffy told me that some artists are bigger than their records and some artists records are bigger than them.”. “He told me that it’s not bad for your name to make headlines because it’s something when Puffy is the headline or Foxy is the headline without selling a record. When I was arrested I had TMZ hiding in trees and stuff and it was crazy.”


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