After a few false starts,
"First the bitch wanna hate on Foxy," she spits. "Ten years later, now she hating on Minaj, whoa."
The line referred to Lil' Kim and Nicki Minaj's war of words last year, stemming from interviews with Angie Martinez in which the female rappers lobbed barbs at one another. The two swapped dis songs as well, Kim with "Black Friday" and Nicki with "Roman's Revenge."
On Brown's "Massacre," she may not mention Kim by name at first, but she identifies her former ally-turned-rival clearly enough.
"On my Bernie Madoff sh--, f--- the whole IRS," Foxy snapped, a direct jab at Kim and her new "collective."
Foxy goes for the jugular toward the end, sniping at Kim and her stalled career.
"Brooklyn, baby, y'all taking it home," she raps. "With just my Timbs on and my microphone/ Glass house, throwing them stones/ Bear witness to the rise and fall of Miss Kimberly Jones."
During the summer, Foxy told MTV News that she supported upstart female MC Minaj. The endorsement came during her spat with Kim.
"I think she's doing an incredible job of branding herself," Foxy said, disputing rumors at the time that there was tension between the two. "When you're a boss bitch, you give it up. Send her a Chanel bag or something," she laughed. "If you're winning, you're winning. That's just how I see it."