Murray, speaking to The art of dialogue, first told a story about how he and Brown allegedly got hitched after a show at the House of Blues in Los Angeles. While The Lyrical Lexicon couldn’t remember if she and Kurupt were together at the time, in retrospect he believed they were.
“We rocked hardcore, went into the hotel and she gave me hardcore head,” Murray said when stating his reaction to Brown allegedly giving him oral sex. “I ate her pussy but I never fucked her and then she was with Kurupt at the time so we came out of the hotel after she gave me head and we came and Kurupt came.”
Murray went on to claim that Brown could “suck a nickel through a straw,” and said he believed Brown might have tried to pit him and Kurupt against each other. He then claimed spinning away from Foxy as she embraced Kurupt and headed their way.
Then in another conversation with The art of dialogueKeith Murray detailed a similar experience with Shawnna, where he said he “ate her pussy” during an alleged hookup in Miami.
Both Foxy Brown and Shawnna responded to these claims on their Instagram stories, with the former simply writing “N-ggaz Ain’t Pop Since I Shot Ya”, a reference to LL COOL J’s “I Shot Ya (Remix)” in 1995. where both Murray and Brown are involved.
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As for Shawnna, she criticized the “silly bitches” who flocked to her side in the wake of the allegations, telling them to get lost.
“If you’re here like Keith, you can go back home,” she wrote. “I know you leafheads hang out… Goofy bitches, I could agree you stupid mf.”
While speaking about his alleged time with Brown, Keith Murray went on to criticize the rapper for her promiscuous behavior, saying she represented a time when women were “not damn good.”
“That’s when I knew women were no good,” Murray said. “She’s a lead artist that turns me off, married to this guy. But I don’t know if they were married at the time. It was around that era and they were beefing with the other girl Kurupt was with at the time . Words.”
He continued, “Could you imagine your wife, a rapper, smokes a n-gga and then leaves. She tried to use me. It could have been guns going off that night in there in the lobby.”
Nicki Minaj probably doesn’t agree with Murray’s claim, as she recently talked about Foxy Brown during a conversation with iD and revealed she was a big influence on her.
“I probably still sound like her at times,” Nicki said. “I would listen to this woman non-stop. Finding out she was from Trinidad was so freaking amazing to me because I never imagined a rapper could come from my country.
She added: “She’s so precise with her delivery and so clear. And I really love clarity in rap.”