The 11 Best Quotes From Lil Kim's Breakfast Club Interview

During a sit down interview with Power 105's The Breakfast Club, Lil Kim spoke on her cosmetic surgery, issues with Cash Money, her friction with Nicki Minaj, her past relationship with Scott Storch and more. Check out Kimberly Jones' top 11 quotables.

On wanting to marry Scott Storch and dealing with his drug issues
“I love Scott. I would have married him… He was so clouded. I don’t even think he knew he was talking to when I reached out to him. He has so many horrible people around him.”

On why she didn’t accept Storch’s proposal
“It kills me, but I gave it back. I never took the ring put it on and wore it… I was like, yes! But not now… Because I was on my way to prison and he wanted me to move to Miami officially. But I was basically living with him. I didn’t see the reason why I needed to move out there when I had all this going on.”

On dating Maino and his assumed infidelity
“We had a lot of fun together. Maino is interesting. He’s an interesting person. He knows what he has to do.”

On Faith writing in her book about walking in on Kim and Biggie in bed
“There was only two people there and that was Cease and Roc and Cease was sleep. But that’s not how it went down. That’s probably how she wants to remember it, but that’s not how it went down… I know he loved me to death, but [dating] married men is just not a good aura.”

On Voletta Wallace and the movie Notorious
“See, Big’s mom doesn’t know Biggie and she barely knows Christopher… It’s the truth. She used to kick him out daily. She did not care to know him or get to know him. Don’t get me wrong, he loved his mother and I’m pretty sure as a mom she loved her son, but she didn’t know him. So right now the people who are telling that movie weren’t the people who were around him every single day.”

On her cosmetic surgery
“Why would you ask me that? But there’s so many people who have surgery, so I don’t know where that question is coming from, but thank you for the compliment.”

On the beef with Nicki Minaj
“How come when I come at places, they want to ask me these questions but they don’t ever ask her? She has a way of trying to avoid the situation and y’all let her do it.”

On Nicki Minaj possibly stealing her sound
“They put the record out. When they saw the response, they pulled the record… Then it’s like I’m not even hearing from them. If you listen to that song, the way I ddi my vocals, hers were different from how I did my vocals at that time. Shortly after that she started releasing all these records, doing my vocals the way I did my vocals… On her new album she has a song called ‘Automatic’ and the song is so similar to the song that I played for Slim."

On Nicki Minaj as an artist
"I'm not saying she's a horrible artist, but I definitely think she's overrated... She's alright."

On Azealia Banks' Twitter shots
"I never met this girl a day in my life. I never talked to this chick… I think it’s in chicks’ contracts when they come out, you gotta go at Lil Kim."

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