I'm not at every party; I'm not seen everywhere. That's why people still care about my brand.
The Foxy character and Inga Marchand are two different people. My fiance calls me Inga. No one around me calls me Foxy. I go to church every Sunday. I go to Bible study every Friday night. I'm saved.
My life needed to be saved. Not just Foxy. That's my character. That's my work. Inga is a person.
It feels so good to tell the truth.
I'm willing to do whatever I need to do to change.
I love Harlem, it's like a second home to me.
I'm cut from a different cloth. I would never moon someone. I was raised in a good family.
My family never missed a visit in eight months, ever. I cried coming out. I didn't cry coming in. There's a big difference. I believe that God put me there for a reason, Incarceration is serious.
Put out great music, and that's that.
I'm a child of the Women's Movement. I always believed that I could do anything. That women didn't have to be limited in any way.
My purpose is far greater than my pain.
I am racing to the studio the moment that God affords me the opportunity to hear again.
The only crime I'm guilty of is being a young black woman.
I devoted my career to building an affinity with my fans who have supported me unflinchingly and no barbed wire fence or prison wall will stop that.
I did almost a year in prison, a year in prison, just because my name is Foxy Brown.