Foxy Brown should seriously consider doing her primping at home.
The short-fused rap diva, sentenced just three months ago for assaulting two manicurists in Manhattan, was picked up again Thursday night in Miami for allegedly wreaking havoc in the world of beauty.
She was arrested after a disturbance in a beauty supply store and charged with battery and obstruction of justice, Miami police confirmed.
Brown, 27, was testing spray hair glue in the bathroom of Queen Beauty Supply and became livid when shop employee Hayssam Ghoneim announced it was closing time.
“I said to her, ‘This is not a beauty salon. You need to leave. The store is closed,’ ” Ghoneim told the Miami Herald.
Brown was apparently less than pleased and, Ghoneim said, proceeded to squirt hair glue at him. She was also allegedly “throwing everything in sight,” according to an employee, adding, “I was afraid it was going to get out of hand.''
When Ghoneim called 911, Brown allegedly spit on him. He also told the Herald that Brown threatened him, saying, “I'm going to send some guys to hurt you and the store. You're in big trouble.”
After she stormed out the store, police arrived at the scene. "I responded and observed the saliva stain on the victim's shirt," an officer noted in the incident report. The officer said he also tried to bring the loogie-happy rapper back to the store to settle the matter, but Brown refused and slapped his hand away. He said he had to "use a takedown maneuver to gain control."
Brown, whose real name is Inga Marchand, spent the night in a Pompano Beach jail but was released Friday afternoon after posting $1,500 bond. There was no immediate comment from either the rapper or her lawyer.
It is not immediately clear how the Miami arrest will affect her probation in her New York case.
In October, she pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor counts of assault for roughing up two employees at a city nail salon. She was sentenced to three years' probation and forced to take anger management classes as well as steer clear of the manicurists for the next five years.
Last month, Brown managed to avoid jail time for a probation violation despite getting bounced from an anger management program for allegedly threatening an employee over a billing dispute. Her next progress report is scheduled for Mar. 15.
Aside from her rap sheet, Brown is best known for the 1990 album Chyna Doll. She made history as the first female rapper to have an album that open at the top of the Billboard 200 chart. Her next solo disc, Black Roses, is expected to drop sometime this year.