An African author who admitted to having an affair with the late Osama bin Laden is once again muscling her way into headlines, this time at the hands of Kimora Lee Simmons and Djimon Honsou. Kola Boof, who’s known for sending out bizarre tweets and attacking celebrities on her Twitter account, exploded online Monday at Kimora and her Hollywood hubby. As previously reported, Simmons and Honsou made headlines after the New York Daily News reported that their six-year relationship was on the rocks; “Djimon walked out on Kimora” a source said. Although it was alleged that the couple’s issues stemmed from finances, Kola Boof is telling a much more salacious story.
According to the author, she is the reason behind their split.”I am the reason that they broke up,” she told the New York Daily News this week. “I have slept with Djimon Hounsou throughout his marriage to Kimora Lee Simmons. I don’t think it’s a secret to people in Los Angeles.” “I am not in love with Djimon Hounsou and he is not in love with me,” she added. “The only reason I had sex with him was to get revenge on Kimora.”
Following her outrageous claims, Boof took to Twitter to explain the situation further.“Hotel workers at Marriot Court are claiming to have video of myself and Djimon,” she wrote online. “I am in no way responsible for that … nor am I connected.”After apparently receiving correspondence from reps from Simmons however, the Sudanese woman detonated, “You’re such a two-faced lying b— and a phoney @KimoraLeeSimmons.” “You really think you’re all that powerful? She added to Kimora’s ex Russell Simmons. “I have my own army motherf—-, Osama taught me well.”
Before this year’s battle with Simmons, Boof lashed out at rapper Wale for his “Pretty Girls” music video. The video featured a slew of fairer skinned women that garnered him criticism from his female fanbase. Hopping on the bandwagon, Boof blasted him for being a, quote; “punk b—– Nigerian skin bleacher.” She later added that if he were her son she’d “drown that Chimp brained Nigerian N—-stock Motherf—–.””]
Also in 2011, Boof released a statement on the U.S. orchestrated death of Osama Bin Laden. Detailing their life together that began with sexual violation and ended with love and friendship, Boof told a tumultuous story that sounded like it could make for hit Blockbuster movie. “Osama raped me the first night we met,” she wrote. “But out of my fear and determination to survive we became comrades, lovers. We wrote poetry together. I did his hair. I cooked for him. He gave me jewels and money; sent me to Milan on shopping sprees; buried one of his guards that I killed and made it so I only did one night in jail.” “Living at La Maison Arabe was hardly the life of a slave,” she added. “I wasn’t in chains, honey.”
To say that Boof sounds like a deeply disturbed woman with one hell of story is no doubt an understatement. -danielle canada