Foxy Brown wants you to know her recent New York Daily News article is not accurate.
The Brooklyn emcee had reportedly endorsed Republican candidate Donald Trump for President. Brown went on her Instagram (@FoxyBrown) page to clear up the facts of the story and says that her words were taken out of context.
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I AM IN NO WAY ENDORSING TRUMP!!!!! They Tried It Wrong One! What I Said Verbatim Was TRUMP Had Tenacity, And An Incredible Business Acumen, Much Like I Said HILLARY CLINTON I LOVE DEARLY And BERNIE SANDERS I Absolutely ADORE!✊🙌🙌🙌 What Was Supposed To Be A Celebratory Interview (About Me Receiving A HISTORIC KEY TO MY HOMETOWN IN BROOKLYN) Turned Into A Trump Grabbing HEADLINE Cuz That's What Sells Papers. Per Usual, The MEDIA Sensationalizes Everything, Yet NO Mention Of My Glowing Remarks Regarding HILLARY CLINTON Or My Profound Respect And Admiration For BERNIE SANDERS. SHAME ON THE MEDIA!!!!!!!! Typical! And THANK YOU AGAIN TO BISHOP WHITEHEAD And OUR WONDERFUL BROOKLYN BOROUGH PRESIDENT ERIC ADAMS For This Historic Honor He's Bestowed Upon Me!!!!❤️❤️❤️ AND I "PRAISE" NO ONE BUT CHRIST!!!!!!
Brown did receive the key to the city of Brooklyn earlier this month.
The story in the New York Daily News ran the headline “Reclusive rap star Foxy Brown praises Donald Trump, says she will be doing ‘a lot’ for his campaign.” Also stating that Foxy said, “I know so many people won’t agree with me and will try to change my mind, but I’m a smart girl,” Brown says in the article. “I’m excited…I haven’t been this excited in so long.”
We see you Foxy.