Foxy Brown Excited About Dirk Nowitzki’s ‘OREO LIFE’ ’90s Crush On Her & Lil Kim.

By Edem Latsu Nukafu

Rap Legend, Foxy Brown has reciprocated love to Dirk Nowitzki for what she calls his love of the “oreo life” after the one-time NBA baller admitted he once had a crush on both her and Lil Kim.

Dirk’s admission arrived in the latest episode of the All The Smoke podcast, published on Thursday (November 30).

“Childhood crush? I mean the ’90s? I mean, Lil Kim. Foxy Brown,” he said in the interview.

Upon learning about it a few days later, Foxy reposted the clip and prompted her followers to come up with their couple name.

“[Love] u DIRK Haaaaaaaa![fire emojis] HEAVY ON DAT OREO LIFE!!!!!
@swish41 [laughing emoji] WHAT WOULD Y’ALL NAME IT? [laughing emojis]”

The question was answered by Foxy in the comments with ‘SWISH AND SWEETS’, which can be viewed in the post above.

The IG post comes just a few weeks after Foxy Brown seemingly made fun of Lil Kim over the latter’s claims her autobiography The Queen Bee is going to sell more copies than the Bible.

Kim was mocked a lot after her public claims, but Foxy Brown has now appeared to offer her own perspective.

In an Instagram Story, Brown simply wrote: “BIBLE” along with a laughing face emoji.

In the late ’90s, the two began their feud as two of the most prominent women in Hip Hop. There was later a shooting incident outside a New York studio, and Foxy Brown has continued to diss Lil Kim on record and in interviews in the years since.

Kim mentioned outselling the Bible during an Instagram Live the week before Foxy’s post, saying that we will outsell it when we post our pre-sales.

She counted: “And that’s crazy. And the thing is, it’s like the Bible, like I don’t take that lightly. I already know that. But it’s like some crazy shit going on behind the scenes.”

Kim made reference to having issues with the publisher of her memoir: “You have to be really careful when you deal with these book companies because they try to, like, literally take advantage of you.”

To put it in perspective, the Bible is viewed as the most popular book of all time and is estimated to have sold between five and seven billion copies worldwide since its initial publication.

The best-selling memoir of all time is The Diary of Anne Frank, which is estimated to have sold around 35 million copies since it was first made available in 1947.

Earlier this year, Lil Kim revealed that she had finished writing her memoir, The Queen Bee, which was originally announced in 2021. She penned on X, then known as Twitter: “It’s been a long journey beehive, edits are finally done [raised hands emoji]. Thank you to my bestie/soulmate @themarcjacobs for doing my forward.”

According to a press release, the book is expected to be released in September 2024 and will provide detailed information “her complicated high-profile relationships, the misogynistic industry she fought to change through sex positivity, the challenging double standards of self-image and beauty in the spotlight, and the momentous act of loyalty that ultimately landed her in prison.”

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