Crush On You: Lil Kim’s Most Notorious Beefs (Pg. 3)

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By: cyuscavage / June 11, 2010

Opponent: Lil’ Cease

Cause: Just two weeks after receiving a year-long prison sentence in 2005, Kim filed a lawsuit against Cease, who testified against her in court. She claimed Cease was using her name and image to help promote a DVD called The Chronicles of Junior M.A.F.I.A. Part II: Reloaded

Outcome: Kim cut off ties to Cease completely and has refused to take part in his plans for a Junior M.A.F.I.A. reunion. She addressed the situation with some of her former friends like Cease on the indicting “Quiet” from 2005’s The Naked Truth.



 

Winner: Kim. She’s basically sentenced Cease to a lifetime of talking about how he wants to reunite the M.A.F.I.A.—even though it’ll never happen.

 


Opponent: 50 Cent

Cause: Though the pair united for the 2003 smash hit, “Magic Stick,” from Kim’s La Bella Mafia album, they never shot a video for the single—which apparently left a bad taste in Kim’s mouth. And it didn’t help when Fif used her name in his 2005 diss track, “Piggy Bank.” “Yayo, bring the condoms, I’m in room 203,” he rapped. “Freak bitch look like Kim before the surgery.” Kim took that to heart and included a 50 diss on the song “Spellcheck” from her 2005 album, The Naked Truth.



Outcome: In 2007, the pair put their differences aside to record “Wanna Lick,” the promo single for G-Unit’s sophomore album, T.O.S.: Terminate on Sight.

Winner: 50. He used Kim to record a hit song, then used her to record a diss track, then used her to record another new single and recently used her to keep his name out there by talking about another beef Kim’s currently engaged in. Impressive.