Earlier this week it was announced that Foxy Brown would be released from prison after serving a drama-filled eight months behind bars. The first stop on her own personal freedom (publicity) tour, she said, was church, where "I've got to get on my knees." But what really came first was shopping in Harlem, followed by a trip to her mother's home in Prospect Heights.
Her Rolls Royce also carted around the VH1 crew who are filming her every move for an upcoming reality show. The opening shot will likely be of family and fans greeting her outside of Rikers Island, as she cried, "I'm home, I'm home. I'm back."
She got the star treatment upon leaving Rikers beyond the fanfare, The Daily News reports that City Councilman Charles Barron (D-Brooklyn), "drove her out in his black Chevy instead of the public bus that usually ferries ex-cons to freedom."