The mother of all femcee rap beefs. Rumors of tension between the two stars finally came out in the open with Lil Kim's 2000 track"The Notorious K.I.M."Foxy Brown replied with a ferocious guest verse on Capone-N-Noreaga's "Bang Bang," which led to a real-life confrontation — complete with gunshots leaving one man injured — between Capone and Kim's entourages outside of Hot 97 in 2001. In 2005 Kim spent a year in prison after lying to the Feds about her crew's role in the incident. The beef between Brown and the Queen B has stayed simmering near the surface since then. In 2011, Foxy reignited things with the diss track "Massacre."
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