Kola Boof, prolific tweeter, author, and reported former mistress to Osama Bin Laden, took to social media this weekend to express her extreme displeasure with model/fashion mogul Kimora Lee Simmons, for her fans’ name-checking her in an open letter on their blog.

Though Boof has been vocal about an ongoing affair with Simmons’ partner, Djimon Hounsou, in the past, tweeting him from her account earlier this year, she remains adamant that the affair was a retaliation for previous offenses Kimora committed against her in 2008.

She has not explicitly stated the nature of her previous grievances with Simmons, but has been clear that neither she nor Djimon are in love with one another, the relationship was purely physical, and now that a separation seems imminent, she no longer has any interest in continuing the tryst.

The New York Daily News interviewed Boof, who says she’s the reason they broke up and it isn’t a secret to people in Los Angeles. (The publication also notes that Simmons and Hounsou are reportedly not legally married, as they alluded to in their 2010 Ebony cover article.)

For her part, Kimora has only hinted at the dispute on Twitter, posting, ” “If people talk behind your back ~ It simply means you are way ahead of them.” this weekend and  “A real woman avoids drama, she knows her time is precious and she’s not wasting it on unimportant people, situations or things.” #GetYours #Fabulosity #fb” today.

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  • Isis

    I met Kola at the Miami book fair in November. She’s not insane or crazy. She’s very sweet and smart. Her only ‘flaw’ is that she loves black people and wants to see them get up out of the rut we are in.

  • Whatever

    This is extremely messy. What I find interesting is that the same so-called BWE ralliers, insisting that Black women get out of their rut and stop being messy and/or “babymama Ghetto queens” and start being accountable for their negative behavior, are the *same* ones cheering Kola’s behavior on right now. Hypocrisy much?
    Kola may be passionate about wanting to see Black people do better, but her message gets lost in all the other, unnecessary rhetoric she’s always spewing on Twitter… i.e. this foolishness.
    At the end of the day, regardless of who’s right or wrong, her irrational and combative behavior clearly doesn’t do anything to help her credibility, since Kimora and Djimon are still claiming to be a strong unit. What’s the point? Move on and cut the foolishness.