News: Foxy Brown Addresses Neighbor Assault, "Bum B*tches Ain't Stop Nothin'!"
Friday, Jul 23, 2010 10:45AM
New York rapper Foxy Brown has addressed her arrest earlier this week after being taken into police custody for allegedly assaulting a Brooklyn neighbor.
Writing on Twitter, Foxy said her family remained by her side.
"I continue to give it to GOD, I'm home baby!!!! Bum b*tches aint' stop nothin'! Sunday, LIVE on stage and I'm stuntin'!," she wrote Thursday (July 22) night.
"Brooklyn courthouse was a zoo!!! Bout' a 100 paparazzi tryna flick up Foxy! I luv u mommy, my lil' brother Mouse, my man, my girl Moni..."
"My whole family behind me! Luv yall too, thanks for the bulletproof support d*mn, yall ride harder than I thought!" (Foxy Brown's Twitter)
Following Wednesday's arrest, Foxy's manager slammed media reports.
Bernadette Brennan tells TMZ it all started when Foxy was rehearsing outside for her upcoming show at the B.B. King Blues Club in NY -- which ticked off the neighbor. Brennan claims the neighbor then came outside and started screaming at Foxy -- but the rapper just ignored her. We're told Foxy went inside to avoid further confrontation -- and that's when the cops showed up. (TMZ)
Reports on the arrest landed online earlier this week.
Bad girl rapper Foxy Brown was facing a felony rap Wednesday night for bad-mouthing a nemesis neighbor who had an order of protection against her, police sources said. The hot-tempered recording artist was chilling on her block in Prospect Heights,Brooklyn, when she crossed paths with the woman, Arlene Raymond, who Foxy was accused of clubbing with a BlackBerry in 2007, police sources said. (New York Daily News)
An attorney for Brown also responded to the accusations following her alleged $50,000 bail.
The rapper was arrested in Brooklyn Wednesday night for violating a protective order after a run-in with her "old nemesis and neighbor" Arlene Raymond. A Post source claims "they were getting into each other's face," with Brown reportedly snapping "What are you looking at -- what's your problem?" Brown has been released on $50,000 bail and her manager says the charges are false. (New York Mag)
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