Shots Fired! Lil’ Kim & Mary J. Blige To Diss Nicki Minaj & Keyshia Cole [With Video]

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This is a Don Bleek exclusive; On New Year’s Eve, Lil Kim performed in front of a sold out crowd at the Hippodrome in Springfield, Massachusetts. In the middle of Kim’s performance, she stopped and addressed that Keyshia Cole and Nicki Minaj song “I Ain’t Thru” is a diss coming at her and Mary J Blige.

I think this other bitch got a song with Keyshia Cole, right? Coming at me and the mothafuckin’ other queen, Mary J. Blige. Me and my girl Mary J. Blige about to eat these bitches alive where they won’t even fucking exist no more and erase their fucking social security number!”-Lil Kim Peep the video below.

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzHodZ1nTTM&feature=player_embedded]

I’ve been waiting on Kim or Mary to address this situation. We all know what a subliminal/diss is and it’s clearly noticeable that Keyshia and Nicki are coming at Kim and Mary in “I Ain’t Thur.” Wow! Keyshia and Nicki are going have to pay for this one. I can’t believed Keyshia did that. Let’s not forgot that Kim was featured on Keyshia’s “Let It Go,” which was one of Keyshia’s  most successful songs of her career. This industry is so fake and there’s no loyalty in it.

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NEXT PAGE: KEYSHIA COLE FT. NICKI MINAJ “I AIN’T THUR,” “KEYSHIA COLE FT. LIL KIM & MISSY “LET IT GO” & MARY J BLIGE FT. LIL KIM “I CAN LOVE YOU”

Keyhisa Cole Ft. Nicki Minaj “I Ain’t Thur”

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jdLAvOMHpqo]

 Mary J Blige Ft. Lil Kim “I Can Love You”

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jqxAfBnfpMk]

Keyshia Cole Ft. Lil Kim and Missy “Let It Go”

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hybj2Gfk6G8]

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