Just one week after Foxy Brown's arrest for allegedly violating a protective order during a dustup with her neighbor, the MC was involved in a big scuffle Thursday in a New York apartment-building lobby.
Witnesses confirmed to MTV News that Foxy (real name: Inga Marchand) was involved in a scuffle between a number of individuals, including her manager.
New York's Daily News reported that the incident occurred after Brown was six hours late for an interview in which she was to discuss last week's arrest. The rapper reportedly became combative after building staffers asked her to be quiet, and then became combative with her manager and others. She reportedly fled the scene before police arrived. The paper's report was unconfirmed at press time.
A spokesperson for the Midtown South precinct told MTV the police have no information regarding the incident; Foxy's manager had no comment.
Earlier this week, Foxy sat down with MTV News and gave her side of last week's incident with her neighbor. "I was on my way to rehearsal with my band and I was leaving my mom's house in Park Slope, [Brooklyn], where I always go; that's the home that I was born in," said Foxy. "And the police came and they saw the situation and there wasn't any conflict or discord — they were really baffled. But a supervisor came and saw the [potential for] publicity. If my name was Keisha Brown and not Foxy Brown, I would have been let go."