Lil Kim Takes Aim At Nicki Minaj, Foxy Brown and Cash Money Records

Lil Kim Takes Aim At Nicki Minaj, Foxy Brown and Cash Money Records

Published July 21, 2010

Lil Kim is playing for keeps.

The Brooklyn Queen B recently sat down with AOL's Black Voices and revealed feelings toward Foxy Brown, Nicki Minaj and bad business dealings with Cash Money Records.

Though the two haven't spoken in years, Kim and Foxy Brown's relationship is still on a bumpy path.

"I don't even want to mention her," Kim told Black Voices. "No, because she's just somebody that's just... No, I don't even want to mention her. One moment she got something bad to say about me, one moment she got something good to say."

Kim went on to say her flip-flopping ways will not be tolerated and past experiences with Foxy showed her true colors. She even suggested that Foxy's behavior is a sign she's crazy.

The Brooklyn spitter also reassured her fans that she's returning to claim her spot, specifically the money she left behind when certain events unfolded during her career.

"I'm coming back to get the money that I left on the table when I went to jail," Kim declared. "The money that I left on the table when me and [Junior] M.A.F.I.A. broke up. The money that I left on the table after Biggie died, I'm coming back to get all of it. And not only that, I'm coming back to give my fans what they truly deserve, this is for them."

The biggest gripe thus far might be the bad business dealings she said she has had with Cash Money Records.

Last year, Cash Money label head Baby put Kim and Nicki Minaj on a track titled "Grindin' Making Money," but pulled the record out due to a lukewarm response.

The move left a bad taste in Kim's mouth and she is now claiming war on those that don't have her best interests.

"When they put the record out, I guess the response that they got for her wasn't what they wanted because everybody was saying that I smashed the record," Kim asserted. "So [Baby] pulled the record back. They f---ing sh---ed on me!? Ok, now it's time, now it's war, because I'm tired. I'm tired of people taking advantage of me and being quiet and people don't know what's going on."

Written by Nile Ivey, Staff


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