The Queen Bee swarms in this Sunday morning for the love of money—your money, fellas. This is bad. Very bad, but she don’t want a broke nigga.
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Channeling MJ wasn’t the only thing the Queen Bee did at the WinterBeatz Festival Wednesday. Kim recited her verse from “It’s All About The Benjamins” over The Throne’s instrumental. Hey, at least it wasn’t a freestyle. ru
G’day, mate. During last night’s Winterbeatz festival in the Outback, Curtis brought out the Queen Bee for their first performance of their 2003 collabo. Whoa, Ms. Jones literally went down under. thisis50
Just when things were going Monica’s way, she been hit with a setback. Her new single, “Anything (To Find You)” produced by Missy Elliott, samples Biggie’s “Who Shot Ya” and also features Rick Ross and Lil’ Kim. B.I.G.’s mom, Ms. Wallace controls his estate (which includes recordings) has denied clearance for Kim’s appearance on the song. Monica turned to her Twitter account to express her disappointment over Ms. Wallace’s decision with hopes of her reconsidering. I am just finding out […]
After Gucci celebrated his freedom Friday in TN and Miami, Radric was welcomed with open arms Sunday night at the Velvet Room in the A alongside Floyd Mayweather, Lil Kim and Tony Yayo. Mayweather lighting up $100 bills is as ignorant as they come. bluhaze
After talks of a possible collaboration, Miss Thang keeps her word and finds Rozay and Lil’ Kim for the first single off her forthcoming album. New Life begins October 4. Produced by Missy Elliott.
Kimmy, is that you? G-Unit’s new recruit brought out the Queen Bee during his set at last night’s BDay Bash. Boi stop. Girl stop too. hotspotatl
Not only can social networking form new friendships, they also end them as well. Not too long after Keyshia Cole vented about her BET Award snub, she and Kimberly shared an exchange which more than likely stemmed from Keyshia collaborating with Nicki Minaj. Hey, it’s just Twitterrr. Queen Bee stings back: U got that right. We are not friends. The same way U take friendship seriously i take loyalty serious. The whole world has seen me extend my hand to […]
For the first time in three years, Prodigy and Havoc reunited on stage last night at the Best Buy Theater in NYC. Aside from performing their classics, the QB duo brought out the Queen Bee for their “Quiet Storm (Remix)”. It’s the reeeal. info
Earlier Splash came through with a new verse from Nicki taking shots at Lil’ Kim. Apparently, the verse will live on a track off Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter IV and its produced by Hit Boy and Boi1da.