Foxy Brown, Diddy

Foxy Brown Seemingly Defends Diddy After Revealing Response To Message Sent To Her

The Brooklyn rapper says that "Diddy gave me M's. For ME, it was the BEST OF BOTH WORLDS."

With the Diddy/Cassie news making headlines for the past week, most people have responded negatively toward the Combs Global executive. Yet, one person, rapper Foxy Brown, didn’t defend him exactly, but she spoke of Diddy in a positive light.

The Neighborhood Talk Instagram account posted a response from the “Get Me Home” rapper that showed her response to someone commenting on the Diddy situation. She acknowledged that she got the “BEST OF BOTH WORLDS” while working with Diddy because the collaboration was between Def Jam Recordings and Diddy’s Bad Boy Records.

The Instagram user, Darryl Brown, said to her, “You are thankful I’m thankful I’m so glad you didn’t get caught up in that ditty s— when he tried to sign you God bless you and baby c.”

Instead of going against the mogul as many have over the past several days, she thanked him because they worked together in years past.

“Dead a– tho, Diddy gave me M’s. For ME, it was the BEST OF BOTH WORLDS. DEF JAM X BAD BOY COLLABO. SUPER CHECKMATE,” Foxy wrote in response.

After the initial lawsuit filed by former Bad Boy artist Cassie, two other women have come forward separately to accuse Diddy of sexual assault. Both alleged victims claimed that the attacks took place in either 1990 or 1991. Both women have come forward as a part of the New York Adult Survivors Act.

Last year, New York Gov. Kathy Hochul signed the Adult Survivors Act (S.66A/A.648A), which created “a one-year lookback window for survivors of sexual assault that occurred when they were over the age of 18 to sue their abusers regardless of when the abuse occurred.” Based on that signing, which gave victims a year to file a lawsuit, the Adult Survivors Act ended on Nov. 24.