Lil’ Kim Opens Up About K. Michelle Beef, Nicki Minaj + More With ‘The Breakfast Club’ [VIDEO]
The Queen is here. Lil' Kim stopped by Power 105's 'The Breakfast Club' on Monday (Sept. 29) to discuss a myriad of things including motherhood and her new mixtape 'Hard Core 2K14.'
The nearly one-hour interview got off to a rocky start as the Queen B admonished 'The Breakfast Club' gang for editing out the positive words she expressed in her previous interview at the station. Afterward, the conversation when into much lighter fare.
When asked about motherhood, Lil' Kim says she's doing a good job with some help from Larry the Lowtop, who is part manny (man + nanny) and part shooter. "He so helps me out, that's my family," she jokingly says.
The rapper also talked about her past relationship with Maino. Despite a brief falling out, the pair have reconciled and are on good terms. "Maino is the homie from Brooklyn," she stated. "I will always support my Brooklyn knights."
The long-standing rumor that Notorious B.I.G. wrote her rhymes was also a focal point. The 'Hard Core' rapper said that Biggie was very instrumental in her career but when it comes to the pen, it's all her.
"But I gets busy, everybody knows that," she said. "I would get help, meaning, if somebody had a hook [I would use it]...why not? If it makes the song better."
The discussion then segued into her beef with K. Michelle. Kim says she only met the R&B singer once and never told her she could be the godmother to her child.
"That chick is a bag of pecans...a trail mix," she said. "She's a black jellybean. She's nuts."
Kim explained the beef started back when she performed with Kendrick Lamar at Power 105's Power House concert last year. Apparently K. Michelle was jealous that she didn't get to perform with the Queen B at the event.
And an interview with the Brooklyn MC couldn't be complete without some words on Nicki Minaj. She explains why she went at her for saying "Queen B" on the 'Flawless (Remix)' with Beyonce.
This followed a brief interview with Fendi, who discovered Minaj. He says she screwed him over. Fendi also claims he owns Nicki Minaj's trademark and that her boyfriend, who is rumored to be Safaree "SB" Samuels, is gay.
Other topics Lil' Kim discussed include Rah Digga's comments that Iggy Azalea isn't real hip-hop, her notorious fans (Team Kim), Internet bullying and why she's taking so long to release new material.
Grab a sandwich and pull up a chair, this is a Lil' Kim interview you don't want to miss.