The rap Mae West (or O-Ren Ishii depending on the shade that day) Lil Kim stopped radio personality Peter Rosenberg cold in his tracks for bringing up the topic of Nicki Minaj when she dialed into Hot 97 this week in support of her new artist Tiffany Foxx.
“Listen, let me tell you something. I’m about to shut you down right now . . . This is about Tiffany Foxx. And this about I.R.S. Queen Bee. Anything else is junking up our interview,” said Kim.
She continued: “You don’t have to succumb to the bullshit. Real recognize real and I respect what you do so just respect what I do. At the end of the day . . . I’m not going to sit here and keep talking about it. I’m not going to even keep talking about the situation.”
Kimberly Denise hit up MTV’s RapFix Live on Wednesday (March 6) to weigh in on the Hottest MC’s list debate and more. Check out her appearance plus Tiffany Foxx’s new video after the jump.
Lil Kim Backs It Up At Gay Pride
I can’t, I wouldn’t if it were an option, and I suggest you don’t attempt it your damn self. And I say that with love.
Bow in the presence of his greatness.
Ice-T has reappeared from the abyss to name drop and slang shade while promoting his new documentary ‘The Art of Rap’ premiering June 15th. When it comes to female rapper Nicki Minaj, Ice-T tells Rolling Stone she is more like a Busta Rhymes than Lil Kim.
I admit I always hated those math stories that require you to figure out with how somebody formed their conclusion but this one definitely takes the cake. You can try to figure it out yourself if you want to. Or, you can just cheat and find the answer below.
Lil’ Kim put all of her doll parts on display with multiple wardrobe changes over the weekend at the LA Pride Festival. Go in for the gay kids, Kim Chi.
After dropping her surgically enhanced cakes low, the Brooklyn native was presented with the city keys to West Hollywood by Mayor Jeffrey Prang and council member Abbe Land. Ironically, “Keys To The City” is also the name of the Young Jeezy featured track she released earlier this year. More flicks from the event below!
When it comes to bringing peace, unity, and maturity to the female rapper game you can always count on Lil’ Kim to take one foot forward and two nosedives back. Which is fine with me and the rest of the other messy kids waiting for shit to pop off inside the cafeteria.
Instead of flying above the drama of Nicki Minaj‘s last minute decision to pull out last night’s Summer Jam concert after Hot 97 jock DJ Peter Rosenberg criticized her crossover single, Lil’ Kim seized the opportunity to blast Minaj for her reported plans of bringing out Foxy Brown and newcomer Azealia Banks during her set.
Plays Well With Others: Lil’ Kim And Friend LisaRaye Hit The Jet Ski’s In Miami
“Hot damn ho here we go again. Monkey see monkey do. I heard the haters are joining forces against the Queen. LMAO!,” Kim tweeted before telling Minaj to break a leg.
Where there is a lace front and an ice capade dress there is a way.
Lil’ Kim officially launched her campaign to return to prominence as the top female rapper in the game over the weekend during the kick-off of her The Return of the Queen Tour inside the Paradise Theater in the Bronx. What’s your verdict on her red carpet look?