Things are looking ugly for hip-hop diva, Lil Kim. The 38-year-old is being sued for $15 million by her former business manager who claims she owes him big time for botched endorsement deals, according to TMZ.
Andrew Ro explained that his company, International Rock Star Corp, had set up a deal that included a slew of product lines for the former queen bee ranging from an energy drink to a Steve Madden shoe line, but apparently Nicki Minaj's nemesis was impossible to work with. Ro described that on many occasions Kim refused to show up to project meetings unless she was compensated for her time and once the project was done, the Brooklyn-born bad bitch declined promoting the products, at one point refusing phone calls from those associated with the promotions.
After cutting ties with International Rock Star Corp, Kim issued a cease and desist letter regarding future products and even filed a lawsuit with the IRS, claiming she was tricked into a bad licensing deal.
But Ro sees things differently and is going for the big bucks in his mulit-million dollar counter-law suit. Perhaps Kim should have taken a listen the words of wisdom from her late friend Biggie—mo’ money, mo’ problems.