Rapper Foxy Brown is at the center of more controversy according to prosecutors in New York.
According to correction officials, the 28-year-old rapper allegedly refused to get on a corrections bus three times today (October 12) for a court appearance.
Officials said that Brown, born Inga Marchand, refused to leave Rikers Island to be arraigned in Brooklyn Supreme Court.
Reports stated that Brown missed the first bus because her hair and make up were not ready. She missed the second bus because she had not eaten lunch.
When a third bus came, Brown inexplicably refused to get on board.
As a result, Brown's court date has been moved to Tuesday (October 16).
The rapper is serving a one year prison sentence for violating the terms of her August, 2004 probation for assaulting two manicurists in a Manhattan nail salon.
In July, Brown was involved in a neighborhood dispute in Brooklyn with Arlene Raymond, 25, over the volume of the rapper's car stereo.
Brown allegedly hit Raymond in the face with her Blackberry, resulting in a charge of felony assault, misdemeanor assault and criminal possession of a weapon.
If Brown refuses to attend her arraignment on Tuesday, prosecutors may issue a court order allowing correction officers to handcuff her and force her to appear in court next week.