Now that's facing the music in style!
Like a red carpet arrival, Foxy Brown rolled up to court in a black Lamborghini Tuesday.
She emerged from her fly ride dressed to the nines in a teal dress, plunging neckline and heels to the heavens.
Her fans loved it, but Judge Geraldine Pickett couldn't care less, instead extending an order of protection a neighbor took out against Brown in 2007 when the raunchy rapper beaned her with a BlackBerry.
Brown was in Brooklyn Criminal Court for a status hearing on allegations she violated the original order when she tangled with Arlene Raymond outside her Prospect Heights home last week.
Brown cursed Raymond out, bent over and thrust her exposed butt out, authorities said.
"B----, what are you looking at?" she snarled, according to the criminal complaint. "Kiss my a--."
Foxy, whose real name is Inga Marchand, was represented by a new lawyer, Salvatore Strazzullo, hired Sunday after Bruce Barron surprisingly announced he was no longer working with her.
"We deny the allegations that she mooned Ms. Raymond," Strazzullo said. "Ms. Marchand is innocent, absolutely innocent."
Prosecutor David Weiss said evidence would be presented to a grand jury.
"Yes, I will testify before a grand jury," Foxy said outside the courtroom.
"We just had a sold out concert at B.B. King's," she added.
"LeBron James couldn't make it, but I'm here."
Strazzullo also asked that an an order of protection be issued against Raymond.
The judge denied it.