Lil Kim Responds to 50 Cent's False Accusation That She Dissed Nicki Minaj’s Son

Lil Kim Responds to 50 Cent’s False Accusation That She Dissed Nicki Minaj’s Son

Lil Kim Responds to 50 Cent’s False Accusation That She Dissed Nicki Minaj’s Son

Megan Thee Stallion has featured a Hip Hop legend on her latest remixed song and a controversy ensues! But, Megan, nor the guest emcee didn’t start the issue, but the Queen Bee made sure to put an end to it!

Lil Kim, the pint-sized rapper who arguably paved the road for the sexually suggestive lyrics that women artists like Megan, Cardi B and other female rappers have been thriving off of, made an appearance on the latest song, Plan B that the Texas rapper released. Kim’s appearance isn’t what caused the latest controversy. The fuss that has been associated with the song comes from none other than BMF executive producer, 50 Cent.

After the song was released which featured Kim spitting these lyrics, “N**ga, you’s a b**ch, your father’s a b**ch, your brother’s a b**ch/ Keep acting like this and your son gon’ be a b**ch,” 50, in classic troll form, insinuated that the Queen Bee was referring to Lil Kim nemesis, Nicki Minaj.

HipHopDX reported that, in a now-deleted Instagram post, 50 says to Minaj, “QGTM @nickiminaj you better light her a** up i’m watching. she said something about the baby. her baby eye f**ked up. LOL.”

Kim actually responds directly on the Instagram post (As captured by FemaleRapRoom):

After word hit the internet, Kim gave a response to the misconception and false accusation made by her fellow New York City rapper.

“I never said a word about anyone’s child… please feel free to listen to the song where we were clearly talking about an EX. To try and twist my words to have an excuse to take digs at my child is disgusting. I’m one of the most disrespected legends in the game but what you will not do is come for MY CHILD.”

 

But, 50, not one to back down from anything or anyone also got a warning from the father of Kim’s child according to HipHopDX.

“@50Cent keep my Daughter out ya Internet comedy,” Mr. Papers stated.

If you want to hear the song, you may have to search for it as it has been taken offline. Since Mr. Papers claimed that he was the subject of the song, he claimed, on his Instagram account that he was responsible for getting the song taken down.

“Shorty made a whole song about me and YouTube took it down [face palm emoji] God don’t like ugly ma. Plan what?

Lil Kim Responds to 50 Cent’s False Accusation That She Dissed Nicki Minaj’s Son

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