Foxy Brown Discusses Getting Right With God, New Memoir & More
After her latest court case got dismissed, Fox Boogs is back on track to put out a new album and memoir.
Fresh off of having her mooning court case dismissed, Foxy Brown is starting over with a clean slate. In an interview with NY Post, the troubled rapstress discusses how she’s already cleaned up her act and that she plans on releasing both a new album and memoir.
“The Foxy character and Inga Marchand are two different people," she says. "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."
Dismissing claims that she exposed her bare bottom to her neighbor, the Ill Na Na explain that she would “never moon someone.” She sounds off on the legal system, stating that her 2004 incarceration for assaulting two manicurists was because of her skin color. “"The prosecutors just wanted my head," she continues. "If Lindsay Lohan was black, she would have done two years, at least. Is there no equal standard?"
Fox Boogs is now prepping the release of a new album - the first officially sanctioned LP since 2000’s Broken Silence - as well as a memoir titled A Gift and a Curse. Additionally, she expresses wanting to become a spokeswoman for the National Deaf Association after partially losing her hearing, and is considering a $2 million offer from Hugh Hefner to pose on the cover of Playboy.
“I've never stabbed, hurt, killed, stolen, anything," she says. "But I went to jail for a year. What is that? My pastor said to me the fact that I'm not living under a bridge as a crazy woman, talking to myself, is amazing."