It was Lil’ Kim’s turn to converse with Angie Martinez on Hot 97 this afternoon. Here’s what you missed: Break 1: Kim speaks on her relationship with Faith Evans and penning her autobiography. Break 2: Discusses Nicki Minaj. Break 3: Discusses Diddy and new endeavors Previously: Nicki Minaj Ethers Lil’ Kim UPDATE: 7 Milli? FOH!
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The gloves are off and the claws are out. DJ Absolut premiered a snippet of Lil’ Kim’s response to Nicki Minaj on Hot 97. The full version is scheduled to debut tomorrow. Simon says: Let’s go! uhtn UPDATE: Final Full Version splash lives!
Image: Mel D. Cole Nicki Minaj has no time for Lil’ Kim. During her Hot 97 VIP Lounge session with Angie Martinez, Nick stings the Queen Bee. Might be time to get a new social security card, ma.
Last month, rumors surfaced that Lil’ Kim joined Jay-Z’s Roc Nation. During her interview this morning on Power 105.1, Kim skirted questions about rollin’ with the R-O-C.
Puff and his Dirty Money crew were on Tim Westwood’s show today and addressed Lil’ Kim recent taunts. No time for negativity.
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Kim continued her anti-Nicki campaign at Sonar Nightclub in Baltimore last night and this time, she added her soon-to-be manager, Puff into the mix. Around the :27 mark of “It’s All About The Benjamins” performance, the Queen Bee says “Ay, Puffy should be ashamed of his fuckin’ self!”. Kim later brought out B-More’s Keys The Problem to spit her Nicki diss freestyle. The saga continues. fresh via miss jia Previously: Drake Defends Nicki Minaj
Word is Jay-Z wants to rumble with the Bee. Allegedly, Lil’ Kim has signed to Hov’s Roc Nation and is set to executive produce her next album. We did it again, Brooklyn?