Lil Kim Visits Radio Station And Talk Nicki Minaj, Diddy, Drake & Roc Nation
The illest female in the game stopped by the ED Lover Morning Show on Power 105 Fm in New York City. During the visit, Lil Kim talked about her new projects, signing with Roc Nation, Diddy, Drake and Nicki Minaj.
Below are a few excerpts from Kim’s interview:
Kim on whether she’s signed to Roc Nation
I love Jay. For me to work with him, for that to happen I think it would be incredible. It would be very historic
On Nicki Minaj
First of all, to be copied is the biggest form of flattery. It’s not about her copying me. It’s not about that. It’s about her copying me and her creating that reign and then busting shots at me. I have a problem with that because as females we are already a minority in this industry so we need to kind of stick together and come out as a team against the fellas. They are the ones that sell the most records. They are the ones that sell the most ring tones…
On Diddy taking up for Nicki Minaj
Quite frankly, I gotta say I was very disappointed in him because usually he says something very intelligent and usually I can take something from him as my big brother. But I must say that in this specific statement that he made I was very disappointed…because number one he said I was mad. He set up there and said “she never tried to copy you, she never said anything bad against you”. Look at the new video! she talking about “did i kill the queen”. You wanna be subliminal? This is hip hop! If I was mad New York, we would have had the first earthquake you’ve ever seen..
So for Drake to fire back at me, you looking real on the pinker side of life Drake because you were suppose to fire that back at who said it which was a guy!
Lil Kim also talks about a song that she did with Baby and Nicki Minaj that they never released. She feels like Nicki didn’t want to be on a record with her and that’s why they didn’t do a video but truth be told, the song was horrible! I don’t think it would have been a good look for either one of them.
If she’s all about female rappers sticking together, then go get in the booth with Eve, Foxy, Nicki and whoever else they can scrap up. It would be a good look for everybody but of course that would never happen