Foxy Brown is going through a trying situation. The Brooklyn rapper recently admitted to having over $100,000 worth of items stolen from her last Friday (May 6) at Los Angeles International Airport.

The same day Ms. Ill Na Na performed at the Gay Pride Festival in Palm Springs, Calif., but this whole situation happened before she got to the venue. Foxy reached out to fans on Instagram to explain what went down.

According to the post, she was relieved of the items, which were in her luggage, by a thief at the American Air baggage claim. Fox says the whole thing was caught on tape and she is "trusting the investigative process takes it's course." But she is still clearly upset about the situation. "We intend to vigorously pursue until JUSTICE is served and my possessions found," she typed.

Check out the statement in full, below.

FAMILY, you know I'm an exceedingly strong woman and have endured what would've flatlined most; but I need to air out a very personal, disturbing VIOLATION (which we plan to address further publicly). Fans saw my performance at the PALM SPRINGS, CALI GAY PRIDE FESTIVAL last FRIDAY but what you guys didn't know...(trusting the investigative process takes it's course) is that I was ROBBED hours before the show (luggage stolen on videotape) at LAX AIRPORT for over 100K worth of my most valuable, LUXURY possessions at the @AMERICANAIR BAGGAGE CLAIM. Still, (filled with ineffable fury) I could NOT disappoint my LGBT FANS; mustered the strength to perform and lit the stage! Airport security was immediately alerted and we've spoken to Detectives, but the THIEF who's on CAMERA FOOTAGE is still on these streets!!! Material things can very well be replaced, but some items are true FOX VINTAGE and we're horrified that a week later we have NO answers. We intend to vigorously pursue until JUSTICE is served and my possessions found. My ABIDING FAITH IN CHRIST& kept me thru my most vicious storms, so to THIS just know I'm SUITED UP IN HIS ARMOR watch him MOVE! Not just the "protocol" of the AIRLINE but the slow feedback from law enforcement shocks the conscience. I'm definitely NO "conspiracy theorist" but we were there the night my close friend BIGGIE💔 was murdered and more often than not, HIP HOP stars are blatantly targeted or their plights swept under the rug.

Cut from the cloth of the "go hard" who, (before FOXY BROWN ever existed) chose not to retreat but go hard, so every young black boy and girl is afforded swift justice when VIOLATED, gives us the fight to find this bastard.


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