Charli Baltimore Says ‘Lil’ Kim Was Never Biggie’s Girl’
The theatrical release of the Biggie biopic 'Notorious' has launched several new allegations about the women Big Poppa was involved with before his death.
While his ex-wife Faith Evans and mother Voletta Wallace were both involved with the film, Lil' Kim denounced her portrayal in 'Notorious,' saying "I've had enough and I'm about to expose them both...I've been quiet for a long time...There's nothing Faith or Ms. Wallace could do to stop me from reppin' B.I.G. all day. I'm gonna always do that... It's time for Ms. Wallace to be exposed."
Kim's accusations caused yet another Big flame, Charli Baltimore to weigh in, saying "Kim wasn't his girl! Straight up! She wasn't! She benefited from the situation because she became Lil' Kim. She has a career and she's grateful to a n---- for helping her in that aspect, but she was never his girl!"
Baltimore further illuminated the roles the women played at the end of the rapper's life, explaining that while Big and Faith were going through a divorce, he began a relationship with Baltimore, though he still retained feelings for his wife. Both women were aware of their position in Big's life, and they had a mutual respect for one another. Kim, on the other hand, seems to have been confused. "Kim... I don't know what the hell she thought or maybe she's delusional as to what B.I.G. and her had going on. I don't know," Baltimore said.
Baltimore went on to relate a rather upsetting anecdote about the slain rapper's funeral, "I remember being at the funeral and Lil Kim fell out on the floor and I was just like 'Yo! What the f---!' Like, Faith was up there singing and she was very composed and very respectful. And here goes Lil Kim on the floor and she starts rolling around on the floor! I was like 'What the f--- is going on?'"