Rapper Fat Joe is defending his former hip-hop group member, Remy Ma. The performer turned herself over to police on Wednesday after allegedly punching her "Love & Hip Hop: New York" castmate Brittney Taylor at a concert last month, as reported by TMZ.

On Thursday, Fat Joe shared a picture on Instagram of Remy Ma and her husband, Papoose, with him holding their baby. "Family First PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE beware of the CLOUT CHASE is this Country truly ready for rehabilitation, are we truly FORGIVING," he wrote.

"Do we really believe in SECOND CHANCES here we have a woman who did her time came home and has been a Model Citizen the only time she’s out her house is to work or in this case Donating her time with a FREE performance for CANCER RESEARCH."

Fat Joe continued, "In a World that Continues to show Madness and Division in Families on TV here we see LOVE and Unity the woman’s been the most Flawless Parolee EVER never has had a Curfew Violation has been Drug tested time and time again not once has Violated."

The rapper finished his statement, which can be read in full below, by asking for any footage of the alleged attack to be brought to his attention. He finished his post by telling Remy that he will be by her "side 4 life."

Taylor told the New York Daily News that Remy punched her in the face after a misunderstanding regarding an incident involving Smith’s step-daughter Dejanae. Taylor was reportedly treated for minor injuries, including a bruised right eye.

Taylor's attorney, Sanford Rubenstein, said in a statement, reports E!, that Remy Ma's "arrest demonstrates how serious this matter is, it is real life and not reality TV entertainment. The victim Brittney Taylor has confidence in our system of justice and will continue to fully cooperate with the authorities."

This isn't Remy Ma's first run-in with the law. The performer was convicted in 2007 and spent six years in prison after being accused of shooting a friend during an argument over money.

Fat Joe and Remy Ma
Fat Joe and Remy Ma perform onstage during TIDAL X: Brooklyn at Barclays Center of Brooklyn in New York City on Oct. 17, 2017. Theo Wargo/Getty Images