Paypal champion Lil’ Kim may have slayed the competition with her best-selling Paypal release ‘Black Friday’, but now it appears the Queen Bee has her sights set on another best sellers tally. For, despite being sued in 2008 by publishing company Simon & Schuster (for a $40, 000 advance on a memoir never manifested), the rap pioneer is pressing forward with ‘The Price of Loyalty’ – a biographical tale detailing her 2005 imprisonment.
MTV News reports:
Both projects will explore Kim’s life, pre-and-post prison, detailing the effect that her sentence of one year and a day had on her career and personal life. Lil’ Kim was incarcerated in a Philadelphia federal prison for lying to a grand jury about details surrounding a shooting outside of Hot 97’s New York City headquarters in 2001.
No release dates have been announced for the book or the accompanying, yet-titled documentary.