Often accused of breaking solidarity within Hip-Hop’s female scene is Nicki Minaj.
Fortunately for her, a never-before-heard story released by the rapper Eve has revealed that Minaj’s support (or lack thereof) of other female rappers may be a trait she picked up from Lil Kim.
Bad news for Kim fans below…
I hate how Lil Kim set this precedent that established female rappers must always be threatened by Up-and-comers. Her insecurity has given all big femcees a bad reputation. They’re not all jealous and bitter like she was.
— The Mad Queen’s King (@SirenOf_TheRock) December 24, 2017
LOL. So, y’all preach about “female rap unity” but literally here’s an example of Eve saying Lil Kim never embraced her while coming up until way after. Hahahahahaha so funny how people just pick and choose the shit they want to pay attention to. https://t.co/1HHieg2ZMd
— Sir Darren? (@BaeQuil) January 12, 2018
Stung by Eve’s revelation, the Queen Bee countered with…
Why do you girls always do this to me?Trying to make me out to be the bad guy?I don’t remember it that way at all?@TheRealEve is my girl that’s my baby y’all.We are not fighting.We are real friends.We can have this debate and still cuddle on the couch and watch a movie 2gether.. https://t.co/NYHWBstAv0
— Lil’ Kim (@LilKim) January 12, 2018
Kim fans weren’t as sweet. For, Eve’s story obliterated their distorted vision of Kim’s history with up and coming lady lyricists.
Eve threw shots at Lil Kim in her song Let Me Blow Ya Mind “Some of y’all aint writin well, too concerned with fashion. None of you aint Gizelle, cat walk and imagine a lot of y’all Hollywood…”! pic.twitter.com/7yqJ7bW4ud
— ? (@BLACKMADDUDE) January 12, 2018
Let Me Blow Ya Mind was a lil Kim diss. “Face screwed up like you having hot flashes” “Some of yall ain’t writing well, too concerned with fashion.” Eve made a diss to lil Kim and Kim had never even done anything to her.
— lil’ Kim. Queen Bee (@khoryz) January 13, 2018