Lil Kim Takes Shots At Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, Birdman In Freestyles

By Nadeska Alexis

Thanks for tuning into the latest installation of the Lil Kim vs. Nicki Minaj beef—which pretty much includes the rest of the YMCMB camp at this point. Minaj’s opening verse on Birdman’s recent single “Y. U. Mad” was interpreted as a subtle jab at Kim (“Damn, Billboard I mean I’m winning but I’m still bored/Yeah we shine, gold cluster/As for your career, dead: Ghost Busters) and now Kimmy Blanco has a few new shots of her own. During an appearance on DJ Kay Slay’s Shade 45 radio show on Wednesday (November 9) the Brooklyn rapper dropped two new freestyles, with a few jabs that are anything but subtle.

On her remix to Uncle Murda’s “Warning,” Kim taps into her “avalanche flow,” spitting a line at each member of the Young Money crew who appears on “Y. U. Mad,” opening with “This b-tch still throwing shots, oooh lets get it popping.”

For Nicki: “This Lil’ Kim clone/ Ooh I can’t do it/ Seen this b-tch on the awards/ Ooh she look stupid.”

For Weezy: “Me and Wayne got on the same jeans/ Ooh something wrong” (So we guess Kim watched the VMAs)

For Birdman: Ni–as rappin’ like Baby/ Ooh that mean they trash”

On her second drop, “I’m Not The One,” Kim’s was a bit more general in her mission to establish dominance:

“When I was up north in the pen my frans wrote me, they said queen keep doing your thing, write songs so we could quote thee.”

“B-tch you was just a child o’ mine and I’m Casey, I’ma get off scot-free….I live the life of a queen, I’m royalty, b-tch/ Bow down, kiss the ring.”