Foxy Brown’s New York concert went on without a hitch on Sunday (July 25), despite her recent run in with the law last week.

As previously reported, the Brooklyn rapstress was arrested on Wednesday (July 21) after an altercation with her neighbor, Arlene Raymond. Fox is being accused of yelling at the woman, who has a restraining order against the femcee for a 2007 assault charge.

Currently out on $5,000 cash and $5,000 bond, Brown made sure to address her recent visit to the courthouse last night. "This is what we all tell the haters,” she said, “you can't keep a good bitch down. We makes bail.”

Excited to be in front of her hometown fans, Foxy ran through some of her biggest hits including, “Stylin',” “Hot Spot,” and “Touch Me Tease Me.” She also brought out rap partners AZ and Cormega for a string of their Firm classics like “Phone Tap” and “Affirmative Action.”

Before exiting stage left, FB promised that her long-delayed Black Roses album would finally be out this year. Unless of course a judge sees otherwise. If convicted of breaking her order of protection, she faces up to seven years behind bars. She plead not guilty to the charges last week.

Stay tuned to as the story develops. —Donovan Moore