Foxy Brown On Arrest: 'You Can't Keep A Good B**ch Down'

Foxy Brown addressed her recent arrest during a performance at B.B. King Blues Club & Grill in Manhattan last night (July 25th).

Foxy Brown, born Inga Marchand, was arrested last week on a felony charge, for another encounter with her rival Arlene Raymond in their Prospect Heights, Brooklyn neighborhood.

Brown was arrested after a heated exchange of words with Raymond, in which she allegedly flashed Raymond while shouting “kiss my ass.”

According to the New York Daily News, Brown, who pleaded not-guilty to the charges, brushed off the arrest during her performance.

"This is what we tell all the haters: You can't keep a good b***h down," Foxy Brown told the crowd. "We makes bail."

Brown, 30, pleaded not guilty to one felony count of criminal contempt of court for violating an order of protection.

The rapper was ordered to have no contact with Arlene Raymond in May of 2008, after she was convicted of striking Raymond with a Blackberry during a fight in 2007.

Foxy also called out her rival on Twitter shortly after her arrest.

“I continue to give it to GOD, I'm home baby!!!! Bum bitches aint' stop nothin'! Sunday, LIVE on stage and I'm stuntin'!” Foxy tweeted.

Foxy Brown, who posted $5,000 bail last Thursday (July 22nd), could be sent to prison for seven years for violating the order of protection.

Raymond filed a civil suit against Foxy Brown in May of 2008, the same day Brown pleaded guilty to striking Raymond.

The civil suit was dismissed in April of 2009, because Foxy Brown was never served with papers.

Foxy Brown is due back in court on tomorrow (July 27th).