Lil' Kim and Nicki Minaj's feud marches on. Last night, the Queen Bee released a 15-minute mini-documentary via her Twitter account, showing evidence that the Harajuku Barbie has jacked her style, image, color schemes and overall swag.

The clip, executive produced by Nicki's ex-manager Fendi, begins with clips from interviews where Kimmy Blanco discusses how Minaj failed to pay homage in the beginning of her career. From there, a montage shows side-by-side pictures of the two rapstresses wearing similar attire, striking the same poses and rocking similar wigs.

Additionally, Kim addresses how Nicki "copied" her by jacking her Black Barbie steez and modeling the color palette used for her debut 'Pink Friday' off of Kim's 1996 debut 'Hardcore' and follow-up 'Notorious K.I.M.' The clip also promotes the Brooklyn rapper's diss track 'Black Friday' and 'Clap Clap,' which are played throughout the video.

Lil' Kim most recently fired shots at the Young Money femcee in the 'Black Friday' video and on her mixtape's cover art, where she is shown posing with a sword after having decapitated Nicki. The rap icon has repeatedly stated that the beef runs deep between the two, stemming from disrespect shown by Cash Money's executives.

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