STEFFLON DON recently disclosed that Trinidadian American rapper Foxy Brown blocked her on Instagram. This comes after the UK rapper shared the cover art for her new mixtape, “Secure,” which she paid homage to Lil Kim. The cover of the project shows Stefflon Don recreating the album art to The Notorious K.I.M., which seemingly got Foxy Brown in her feelings.
After sharing the Lil Kim-inspired artwork, Stefflon Don said she got blocked by Kim’s rival, Foxy Brown on Instagram. Don asserted that Brown allegedly blocked her for showing love to Lil Kim in a lengthy post on Instagram.
“But wait Why one of my fav aunties got to block me cuz i show love to the other,” she wrote on Instagram.
“Tag her n tell her chill sis, be secure shit ain’t that deep and she should focus more on her president and the GMO’S they put in our food. #SECURE #MIXTAPE #AUGUST17#STEFFLONDON #FoxyBrown #FamilyFeud#IStillLoveMyAuntie #ShesJustTired#WaitIfImBlocked#IDontThingkTheTagWouldWork”
The English rapper, whose real name is Stephanie Victoria Allen, released her second mixtape Secure on Friday (August 17).
She released the lead single “Hurtin’ Me” with American rapper French Montana from her debut EP titled Hurtin’ Me – The EP, which reached number 7 on the UK Singles Chart. The EP was later released on January 12, 2018. Don was included in the 2018 XXL Freshman Class.
In March 2018, Stefflon Don was featured on the remix for American singer Halsey’s “Alone” along with American rapper Big Sean. The song peaked at 66 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming Don’s first entry on the chart. The song also earned Don her first Dance Club Songs number one.