NEWS: Foxy Brown Announces First Concert Since Jail

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Written By Cyrus Langhorne

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Rapper Foxy Brown will be headlining her first post-prison concert along with hip-hop legends Big Daddy Kane and Roxanne Shante in New York City this weekend.

Originally scheduled for last month, Brown’s long-awaited return to the masses will take place at B.B. Kings, the popular club and grill restaurant located in the Times Square area. The show will be open for all ages and also feature special guest Spragga Benz.

The concert will be held on Saturday, September 12 at 8 p.m. Fans can purchase tickets here.

Brown was last seen giving a live performance during stylist Alexander Wang’s after-party last Saturday (September 6) in downtown Tribeca, as part of NY’s Fashion Week.

As SOHH previously reported, Foxy served eight months of a one-year sentence in a New York prison. She was officially released on April 18 and SOHH was on the scene on her independence day.

"This is a big day for me," Brown told SOHH. "To have everybody here that I love, my whole family, the whole Brooklyn, the officers that took care of me at Rikers. Eight months to the day, I remember going in August and I said when I come out, I'm coming out even better. And I'm back baby, it's a wrap."

[For more on your favorite rappers from the Big Apple peep SOHH NYC]

2 Comments

somebody has their facts wrong..she had a concer here in Detroit about a week or two ago...

She Performed in Detroit Labor Day Weekend and got Booed it got so bad she started to show some skin her performance was wack.

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