Jamie Foxx recalls the time Snoop Dogg helped him create fear in his daughter Corinne’s ex-girlfriend

Jamie Foxx is not afraid to tell how he has used his stellar power to annoy his older daughter, Corinne Foxx.

The Oscar-winning actor has countless stories of the ways he has killed Corinne over the years, many of which served as inspiration for the father-daughter duo’s short-lived Netflix series “Dad Stop Embarrassing Me.”

Corinne Foxx and Annalize Bishop pose for a photo with their father, Jamie Foxx.  (Photo: @ iamjamiefoxx / Instagram)

Corinne Foxx and Annalize Bishop pose for a photo with their father, Jamie Foxx. (Photo: @ iamjamiefoxx / Instagram)

While promoting his memoir, “Act Like You Got Some Sense: And Other Things My Daughters Teached Me,” Foxx jokingly remembered once when he asked an A-list celebrity to instill fear in one of the former girlfriends of Corinne, 27, his daughter with Connie Kline.

“What happened was that my daughter, who did not know I had already run a background check on her boyfriend, he came to the crib and Snoop happens to be there,” Foxx recalled while appearing in “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon in the lead role. ”

He continued his account of what happened next, sharing: “I said, ‘Snoop, there he is.’ Shake him! ‘And you know Snoop. Snoop went to my daughter’s boyfriend and just said, ‘Hey wassup, wassup cuz, you know, here we see her uncles, you know what I’m saying, so be homie accordingly.’ ”

While Foxx did not share how the young man reacted, he made it clear that the intent of the meeting was to ensure his daughter was in good hands.

“The meaning of it was that I want the young man to understand that she has people who really love her, so if something goes wrong, Snoop comes in,” he added with a laugh. While the “Soul” star clearly finds ways to torment the suitors of his older daughter, he also has his ways of getting under the skin of her and his younger daughter, Annalize Bishop, 13, which he shares with Kristin Grannis.

Without knowing the public for years, Foxx has made it a playfully humiliating Corinne by ensuring that the name of her first boyfriend remains relevant. “I named all my characters by his name. It’s like subliminal torment. ”

Follow us on Google News

Disclaimers for mcutimes.com

All the information on this website - https://mcutimes.com - is published in good faith and for general information purpose only. mcutimes.com does not make any warranties about the completeness, reliability, and accuracy of this information. Any action you take upon the information you find on this website (mcutimes.com), is strictly at your own risk. mcutimes.com will not be liable for any losses and/or damages in connection with the use of our website.

Give a Comment