News: Foxy Brown On "Massacre" Diss Leak, "These F*ggots Must Be On [Lil' Kim's] Payroll" [Audio]
Saturday, Jan 8, 2011 8:40PM
Brooklyn rapper Foxy Brown has voiced her grievances over unofficial leak of her "Christmas Massacre" diss record aimed at Lil Kim.
Writing on Twitter, Foxy said the track was not released on her terms.
"Haaaaaaa!!!! LOL! at some faggot a** interns leaking my practice!!!! THE OFFICIAL "MASSACRE" IN 1 HOUR!!!!!!!!! Countdown baby........," she tweeted Saturday (January 8).
"THESE F*GGOTS MUST BE ON KIMBERLY PAYROLL"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" (Foxy Brown's Twitter)
The diss record leaked online Saturday afternoon.
Lil' Kim boasted that she turned "Pink Friday to Friday the 13th" on her Nicki Minaj diss track "Black Friday," and now Foxy Brown gets in on the action. A snippet of her response, "Christmas Massacre," has hit the web, touting anintroduction from "Jingle Bell Rock" before giving way to some harsh words for her longtime rival, the Queen Bee. "That bullsh*t 'Black Friday' sh*t was garbage/ How the f-k you love B.I.G. and sh*t on Ms. Wallace?" taunts Brooklyn's Don Diva. (Rap-Up)
Last week, Brown explained why the record did not drop as scheduled.
Female emcee and Brooklyn's own Foxy Brown was supposed to release the diss record "Christmas Massacre," on Christmas Eve, a track intended to annihilate Lil' Kim, but the days are flying by without a record in sight. Apparently, she was going to host a party that night as well at Club Jelani in Brooklyn but after confusion with the party's location, FB was a no show. No official word has been spoken on the status of "Christmas Massacre" but Fox took to herTwitter to shed light a bit of light on an unfortunate situation that's caused the delay: "I'd like to personally apologize for the confusion and venue changing of the beautiful 'Christmas In Brooklyn' party. Although the confusion fell far beyond my control, my responsibility and concern is to my fans and family; my priority. As I always say...they Devi's at his busiest when ur about to get busy." (VIBE)
Foxy also said "Massacre" would not be an attempt to diss Kim or Young Money's Nicki Minaj.
"And contrary to the bullsh*t that was posted..."Christmas Massacre" is NOT supporting homegirl and dissin' shorty! "Massacre" is......."
"...the response to b*tches thinkin' its sweet insinuating my name in that beef! "Machine Gun Kelly" b*tch!! I am the streets!" (Foxy Brown's Twitter)
Check out a preview of "Christmas Massacre" below: