New York City, NY – Foxy Brown was a special guest at Kandi Burruss’ Welcome to the Dungeon Tour in New York City on Saturday night (May 18). But rather than go out in a blaze of glory, the veteran rapper was booed off stage following what was deemed by the crowd a less-than-stellar performance.
As Foxy started to perform her 1996 cut “I’ll Be” originally featuring JAY-Z, she struggled to spit out the lyrics and was quickly ushered off the stage. Burruss, who attempted to do a little damage control, attributed the lackluster display to Foxy’s attire, which included a ornate mask covering almost her entire face.
“Y’all gotta respect my girl,” she said in a clip posted to Twitter. “Let her take the mask off.”
— Jerome Trammel (@JeromeTrammel89) May 19, 2019
Adding insult to injury, the DJ jumped in and began to play a Lil Kim song as the crowd went wild.
Foxy has been relatively inactive on the rap scene since her last solo album, 2001’s Broken Silence, the follow-up to 1999’s Chyna Doll. She did, however, release a mixtape in 2008 called Brooklyn’s Don Diva that was intended to be the Broken Silence follow-up.
Last September, she was accused of pocketing $10,000 from a promoter and failing to deliver the show as promised. The organizers of the event issued an ultimatum — either Foxy paid back the money or they’d sue. It’s unclear if that matter has been resolved.
Foxy Brown joined Kandi Burruss’ ‘Welcome To The Dungeon’ Tour for the show in NYC, but difficulties on stage led to Foxy being escorted off stage, an angry crowd, and the DJ playing Lil’ Kim music. pic.twitter.com/TBWx4oCCuG
— Female Rap Room (@FemaleRapRoom) May 19, 2019