“Motherf*cker I’m gonna leave you alone, that’s some Avengers sh*t”: Jamie Foxx Regretted Challenging Chris Brown After Watching Him Do A Back Flip

Jamie Foxx Regretted Challenging Chris Brown After Watching Him Do A Back Flip
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Whether it be creating catchy tunes or be it performing for crowds while doing stand-up comedy, the talent that actor Jamie Foxx possesses is second to none. Being active for so many years in the industry, the star has seen and experienced all that Hollywood has to offer and then some, which includes seeing the rise of other stars in front of his eyes.

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Jamie Foxx

Therefore, with his multi-talented personality and years of experience, it’s quite hard to actually surprise a veteran of the entertainment world. But the star actually recalls a time when he was genuinely surprised when he met a young music artist by the name of Chris Brown while also recalling something that he did that stunned the star beyond belief.

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How Chris Brown Humiliated Jamie Foxx After Being Challenged By Him

Jamie Foxx and Chris Brown
Jamie Foxx and Chris Brown

Being part of some of the most successful ventures in music and cinema along with so much more, Jamie Foxx has been looking at the ups and downs that the industry has gone through over the years, which also gave him the the chance to work with and experience some great talents in the business. But his meeting with music artist Chris Brown was something of a rollercoaster ride for the star since when he first met him, he didn’t think too much of him. But when he actually challenged him, he was completely taken by surprise.

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In an episode of The Joe Rogan Experience, Foxx was talking about the past with the host when he also remembered the time he met the Under The Influence singer at a party he hosted in Miami in 2005. He remembers him because the then-upcoming star was dancing pretty well, and he being a great dancer himself, decided to challenge the upstart. The Amazing Spider-Man star remembered that both of them were going at it, when suddenly, Brown decided to end the competition by doing a mid-air backflip. Foxx said:

“So I go down there now, and you know, it’s sorta my time, and so everybody is following me, I’m going to go battle whoever this kid is. So I said ‘Yeah bro! you think you can dance, huh?’ I did some kind of bullsh*t kind of move. We’re all jammed together, right? He doesn’t do a move, you know what he does? He does a backflip! But the way he did the backflip, and he’s 6’2. He’s standing in the middle of the crowd, he jumped over the crowd, did the backflip up here and came straight down and said what’s up. I said ‘Motherf*cker I am gonna leave you the f*ck alone, that’s some Avengers shit.'”

Just goes to show that sometimes, when you least expect it, the world has its ways to surprise you beyond imagination.

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Who Else Has Jamie Foxx Worked With In The Past?

Jamie Foxx and Kanye West
Jamie Foxx and Kanye West

Being a successful R&B artist, the star has worked with several high-profile artists in the industry over the years. Some of the most popular collaborations of his career include stars like Feild Mob and Ludacris for their song Georgia as well as Chris Brown for their combined efforts on their song You Changed Me. 

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But by far one of the most famous collaborations that Foxx has done in his music career is when he put out songs by now-disgraced rapper and Hip Hop icon Kanye West in songs like Slow Jamz and Gold Digger.

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