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DJ Envy Calls Foxy Brown 'Delirious' After Her Social Media Attack

An unexpected beef turned up during an interview when Foxy Brown's music career came into question.

Foxy's former manager, Robert "Don Pooh" Cummins, was happy to stop by the Breakfast Club to talk about his latest ventures. Though he's the name behind Brooklyn's famous Chop House, he was also a fighting force behind the then-female rapper.

DJ Envy, someone who's been in the music game for years, asked Don what happened with Brown's career since things "dwindled off" from the spotlight. The restauranteur didn't seem uncomfortable answering the question when he explained that motherhood and an "issue with her hearing" are some factors why she was okay with taking a backseat.

Who knew something like that would send the "Big Bad Mamma" over the edge?! She quickly snapped at Envy calling him a "d*** rider" as he was someone who "broke his back carrying her luggage" when he DJ'd for her back in the day. The now-deleted social media outburst said:

"🚶🏽‍♂️🚶🏽‍♂️ 4 MULTI PLATINUM ALBUMS F*CK BOY!!!" Foxy continued. "🔥 PLAY NICE! GAVE YOU LIFE!😩😜 She purposely LOW BITCH!💋💋💋 Got injured, bussed back,BIRTHED A GORGEOUS ASS BABY GIRL😝 C*cksucker 2020 the POP OFF!!!!!🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 AGGY cuz we ain’t do Breakfast Club!😤😤😂 DICKRIDER, let KING BITCH leave your mouth🤕 Dem #BROOKLYNBOYZ outside!💋 #LIL’DJCLUE😂"

Welp, obviously this wasn't going to be swept under the rug for the BC host. He responded after calling her "delirious":

"I used to DJ for Foxy Brown. I used to be with her writing team that used to help write for her. I actually produced a couple of joints for her. One of them made it on my album, one of them on her album. I remember her last show, we were on the tour bus. She got paid $70 thousand to perform. I grab my envelope, I open my up envelope, and it was $300. I said what can I buy at Louis Vuitton for three hundred dollars? Maybe a keychain, maybe a sock. After that I said I ain't ever DJing for her again." 

It'sIt's fair not wanting to work for an employer who's not paying what you think you deserve, but we gotta ask, do you think DJ Envy was being messy for asking the question or was Foxy being overdramatic.?

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