Good thing Foxy Brown had bail money.
The Brooklyn rapper made a triumphant return, performing at BB Kings in Times Square, just four days after she was arrested for violating an order of protection against her neighbor.
Brown spent a night in police custody before pleading not guilty to one count of criminal contempt - a felony - for violating the order of protection, which bars her from having contact with neighbor, Arlene Raymond. Brown was released Thursday on $5,000 bail. (click here for the story)
Her brother, Mouse, was the first to make mention of the incident at the show.
He called Raymond a "bumb ass bitch," and bragged about Foxy making bail.
"We don't give a fuck about that bullshit because we got bail money," he shouted on the mic. "We get bailed the fuck out! The next day!"
The "Ill Na Na" rapper also shrugged off the arrest.
"This is what we tell all the haters: You know they can't keep a good bitch down. It's nothing," she said in between songs at the Sunday night show.
"We makes bail. We come back out. It's nothing! It's nothing!" Brown laughed, before performing her verse from Case's "Touch Me, Tease Me."
"I wasn't missing this motherfuckin' concert for the world!" she shouted.
Brown didn't disappoint fans, who chanted her name before she hit the stage. She performed her big hits from her more than 14-year career, including "Hot Spot," "BK Anthem," "Candy" and "Get Me Home." And she couldn't leave without performing her verses from some classic features, including Total's "No One Else" and Jay-Z's "Ain't No Nigga."
She also had a few special guests including reggae artist Spragga Benz, who joined her for "Oh Yeah."
But it was the reunion of The Firm - Brown, AZ and Cormega - that was most notable.
Also in attendance for the show was Lost Boyz rapper, Mr. Cheeks. He did not hit the stage.