After making a cameo at Fabolous' Baltimore show, Lil Mo got out of bed early to chitchat with Power 105.1's Breakfast Club.
The "Superwoman" songstress launched into her new show R&B Divas LA and discussed why she's the star.
"Everything I am invited to, I take over," she said. "When I do radio, I don't do nothin' less than number one. When I do songs, as long as I got a machine and the budget behind me, I can make top 40. When I do TV, you're going to want to see me in my element and that's what I only know how to [do]: dominate."
She then segued into the 2005 Murder Inc. battle and how the struggle then ultimately added to her security now. "Irv [Gotti] was a beast but they just always told me everybody goes through that and I'm just glad I went through it early," she explained about the checks she allegedly wasn't getting from Irv. "I didn't have to go through public humiliation...because I stayed faithful to the game.
Mo also elaborates on her friendship with Fabolous, the possibility of doing a Best Of Both Worlds album with him and why no one should come for Beyoncé above.