Jailed rapper Foxy Brown is said to be in talks with VH1 to launch a new reality TV show to document her day-to-day life.
Foxy Brown is still in jail but she has already had big projects on head. The incarcerated female rapper is said to be in talks with VH1 to front her own reality TV show.
Brown reportedly is negotiating with VH1 to document her day-to-day life in a new program. The show will follow the Brooklyn hip-hop star's after prison life, watching as she readjusts to life and also returns to work with the promotion for a new album, titled "Brooklyn's Don Diva".
"The show will chronicle her life and what's she's been doing. The music business has changed, she's been away for eight months, so the show will show her getting her life back on track," a spokesperson was quoted as saying.
Brown was sentenced to one year in jail on September 7, 2007 for violating her probation that stemmed from a fight with two manicurists in a New York City nail salon back in August 2004. She is currently incarcerated at New York's Riker's Island jail and will be released on May 13.
Brown will be following in the footsteps of fellow hip-hop stars Flavor Flav and Da Brat, who have also found success with their own VH1 shows, should her negotiation with VH1 for a new reality TV show come to fruition.