Everyone who knows Jamie Foxx knows he’s a man of many talents. One of those talents is in telling a good story. On a recent episode of R&B Money, Foxx had a very salacious story to convey.
Jamie’s Salacious But Humorous Tale
According to Foxx, he was once in a hotel room partying with a very high-profile actress. Although nothing is particularly interesting about partying or rubbing elbows with prominent stars, Foxx says it was an encounter he didn’t forget. It was so unforgettable that he couldn’t stop laughing.
Foxx conveyed that this high-profile actress, whom was in the hotel room with him at the time, had no clue who he was the entire night. In fact, she mistook him for Rick Fox, and at that point he lost it. In Jamie’s words.
“She thought I was Rick Fox I was like, ‘I’m not light skin with good hair like this n***a.'”
So obviously something was off, and it was.
Jamie Spills a Little More Tea
Jamie attributes the case of mistaken identity to one thing in particular, cocaine. Foxx says this well-known actress was indeed doing cocaine, and it had her all messed up. He relayed
“She does the cocaine, she says, ‘I’m a bad mother,’ and then she goes, ‘Wow, I didn’t think I would be in this room doing cocaine with Rick Fox.”
By now, inquiring minds want to know who this could be.
Keeping it Hush
Well, Foxx is keeping that part well under wraps. One thing he doesn’t do is give names. We can assume it’s someone with a pretty significant presence in the industry from his account. And Foxx assured his listeners you could take his word to the bank. In his words,
“I wasn’t, I wasn’t, I was not doing it. I don’t do that because of my religious beliefs.”
If you’re wondering, he’s talking about cocaine. So in other words, his head was clear, and he was fully aware of what was going on in that hotel room.
We don’t know a lot about those who have climbed the ladder of success. And given the number of skeletons that have fallen out of some people’s closets, some things it’s best we don’t know. Of course, if Jamie says it happened, we take his word for it. But for now, we’re enjoying the highlights of Foxx’s many adventures. More importantly, we’re sending out thanks for the development of another outlet to highlight our culture.
Written by Renae Richardson