By Hillary Crosley, with reporting by Jayson Rodriguez
“I think this other bitch got a song with Keyshia Cole, right. Coming at me and the muthaf—in’ other queen, Mary J. Blige. Me and my girl Mary J. Blige about to eat these bitches alive where they won’t even f—ing exist no more and erase their f—ing social security number! We gon’ remind them who the f— we are! I’m not playing with this bitch for 2011. I’m saying, we can rock together but bitch you ain’t taking nothing from me!”
- Kim told the Hippodrome club audience on Friday (December 31), citing Cole’s single “I Ain’t Thru” featuring Nicki Minaj.
What’s Kim’s fixation with social security numbers? Does her repeated mentions of deleting Nicki Minaj’s numeric identifier remind anyone else of Matt Damon vs. Leonardo DiCaprio in The Departed? We digress.
This marks the latest installment of the battle of the femcees, following Kim’s appearance on Hot 97 where she spoke with jock Angie Martinez about she and Nicki’s history.
“I saw her coming in the game, like, ‘All you chicks that been in the game for 10 years, move over. Y’all need to sit down’ and this and that. I thought that was disrespectful,” Lil’ Kim said, of why she felt slighted by Minaj. “I could see that I influenced her a lot … I was in the studio with Cash Money getting ready to do a record with her, talking to Baby and Slim … We did a song and they put it on iTunes … and I guess the song didn’t get the response they wanted so they pulled it. Then I couldn’t get anybody on the phone … ”
Kim says she and Nicki’s original collaboration was “Everywhere We Go,” and you can catch the rest of the RapFix highlights of Kim’s interview. The two have been trading barbs ever since, with Minaj unleashing a track aimed at Kim, “Roman’s Revenge” on her debut album, Pink Friday.
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