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.”
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.