The 'Ill Na Na' creator sat down with the NY Post to discuss her often times stalled rap career and storied life that includes incarceration and numerous brush-ins with the law. Foxy detailed her come-up, which includes meeting Jay-Z at a time when they were both new to the game.
"Jay and I are each other's history," she said. "We discovered each other, basically. Our first record together was what blew both of us up. We became Bonnie and Clyde."
The Brooklyn lyricist, who was tapped by Hov to appear on his debut album, 'Reasonable Doubt,' on the track 'Ain't No N----,' went on to discuss her hearing loss, for which she had to undergo surgery for and as a result wears a hearing aid daily.
Besides her struggles, Foxy is planning to release an album this year and is also considering Hugh Hefner's $2 million offer to pose on the cover of Playboy.