Female rapper Foxy Brown was released from a New York prison Friday afternoon after serving eight months on a number of probation violations.
Foxy Brown was placed on probation for an altercation over the payment of a manicure at a New York nail salon in 2004 which she violated twice. The rapper was arrested for throwing her cell phone at a neighbor and getting into a fight with an employee at a beauty supply store.
“I feel good,” Foxy Brown stated. “I’m back home.”
“I cried coming out. I didn’t cry coming in. There’s a big difference. I believe that God put me there for a reason, incarceration is serious. He (God) got me through,” she told Access Hollywood.
Present during her exit was her mother Judith Marchand, New York City councilman Charles Barron and a hair and makeup artist. The rapper left riding in a Rolls-Royce Phantom with security and the paparazzi trailing her.
In related news, the rapper already has projects lined up which reportedly includes a VH1 reality show. Foxy Brown is also expected to be doing some promotional work for her album “Brooklyn’s Don Diva” which is expected to be out May 13.
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