It's no secret that celebrities sometimes say things that they don't mean, and sometimes the media takes a quote out of context and runs with it.
Just ask Miley Cyrus about her Nicki Minaj beef.
Usually it's not that major, except in Foxy Brown's case when the New York Daily News reported she was endorsing Donald Trump!
Seeing as that's a pretty inflammatory accusation, the 37-year-old definitely felt she need to clear the air. We couldn't agree more that there's nothing worse than being falsely labeled a Trump endorser. LOLz!
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Foxy, who's real name is Inga Marchand, did an interview with the Daily News that she claims was supposed to be about her receiving "a historic key to [her] hometown in Brooklyn."
However, what the article ended up doing was call out Miz Brown as a lifelong Democrat and claim she was endorsing Donald because she said she was giving "a big shout out to the billionaire presidential front-runner." During the interview the rapper said:
"No matter how many people sabotage his campaign, it keeps growing and growing and growing."
She went on to say:
"I know people say he's a racist, but that's just crazy."
Well apparently Foxy isn't too keen on how the article came out as she felt it misrepresented what she said. The artist took to Instagram to clear the air, saying:
You tell 'em grrrl!
While she didn't exactly clear up who she's voting for, we're glad that she's not OFFICIALLY endorsing the GOP presidential hopeful.
What do you think about Brown's criticism of the media?
[Image via WENN.]
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