The Young Money star fires latest shot in rap feud with Queen B.
Nicki Minaj has aimed another jab at her nemesis Lil' Kim.
Early on April 2, New York's DJ Funkmaster Flex unleashed the Queens MC's newest song "Tragedy," where she makes fun of Notorious B.I.G.'s first lady for selling her album via the Internet financial site, Paypal.
"Pink Friday, Eminem, 8 Mile, it must hurt to sell your album off of Paypal," rhymes Minaj, before adding "You a tragedy, you a parody, last name Ann, first name Raggedy."
The track was produced by Boi-1da and Hit-Boy and isn't included on Minaj's debut album "Pink Friday."
At press time, Lil' Kim had yet to respond to Minaj's latest barb. The pair's mutual dislike has been previously expressed through Nicki Minaj's "Roman's Revenge" featuring Eminem and Lil' Kim's "Black Friday" as well as countless interviews.
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