Didn’t Give Her The Clearance: Biggie’s Mother Removed Lil Kim From Monica’s First Single “Anything”

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Last week, platinum-selling singer Monica dropped her new single “Anything (To Find You)” Ft. Rick Ross and Lil Kim. The track was produced by Missy Elliott, who remixed Monica’s vocals with Biggie and Mary J Blige samples. The track was rumored to be the first single off Monica’s upcoming LP New Life, dropping this fall. Monica recently took to her Twitter account @MonicaBrown and announced that Lil Kim was removed from the track.  I am hearing that Lil Kim was removed because Biggie’s mother Mrs. Voletta Wallace did not approve Kim’s verse. However, Biggie’s mother gave permission for Missy to sample Biggie’s “Who Shot Ya” — but Mrs. Wallace has the final say on who can jump on the track and she didn’t approve Kim jumping on the track because of the past issues that they had. Monica has been forced to remove Lil Kim from the single completely. Peep Monica tweets below:

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