Foxy Brown is free and headin' downtown.
Foxy, the nation's first female rapper to hit Number One with "Chyna Doll" back in '99, served eight months of a one year assault conviction after brawling with two manicurists.
"My family never missed a visit - ever," Brown said.
Except for the 76 days Foxy spent in solitary after tussling with an inmate and refusing to be tested for drugs.
"Yes, I've made some bad choice and stupid mistakes," Foxy wrote in a letter to Judge Melissa Jackson, pleading her case.
"Please understand that sitting in a prison with murderers and criminals is not rehabilitating or what I need to deal with my inner issues."
Or an ear condition Foxy feared would impair her hearing.