50 Cent better take it easy with Mama Kim! The iconic female rapper once again proved she has no problem dragging him for filth if need be. On Thursday, 50 Cent accused Lil Kim of dissing Nicki Minaj‘s toddler son Papa Bear.
But he didn’t quit there. 50 also uploaded a comparison picture between Lil Kim and a white owl and spoke foul about her daughter’s eye condition.
“QGTM @nickiminaj you better light her a** up, I’m watching. She said something about the baby, [shrug shoulders emoticon] her baby eye f**ked up [silly face emoticon] LOL,” 50 Cent wrote in the caption of the post.
Sometime after he posted the instigating jab, Lil Kim hopped in his comment section with a few words.
“Now watch what God do to his life,” Kim commented.
Lil Kim Denies Verse Was About Nicki’s Son
50 Cent’s claims came after the release of Megan Thee Stallion’s remix to Plan B featuring Lil Kim. The New York artist teased a female collaboration on August 13 with a cropped picture of her arm linking with another woman’s arm. On Wednesday, the entire image appeared online–confirming some speculations that the collaboration was with Megan.
By Thursday night, the song was out, and 50 Cent assumed Lil Kim’s verse was shade towards Nicki–hence the post. In the song, Kim raps about a b***h ex that shares that characteristic with family members and risks passing it on to his son.
“Iono who needs to hear this but, you’s a b***h. Your father is a b***h, your brother is a b***h, keep acting like this, and your son gon’ be a b***h. Think they users but they useless…,” Kim rapped.
After speaking in 50 Cent’s comment section, Lil Kim took to her Instagram Story to deny his claims.
“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,” Kim wrote. “I’m one of the most disrespected legends in the game but what you will not do is come for MY CHILD.”
Lil Kim Says 50 Cent Created A False Narrative, Pleads With Cuban Link To Reconsider Dating Him
Them Kim took things up a notch and started coming directly for 50’s neck. She called the executive producer out on creating a false narrative.
“I still can’t believe y’all can’t see through 50’s lame a**, disgraceful, ugly, narcissistic tactics…y’all still falling for that sh*t,” Kim wrote. He created this whole false narrative to cause drama and confusion because the girl he wanted is getting too much attention.”
Afterward, Kim turned to 50 Cent’s bae Cuban Link and complimented her while encouraging her to leave the artist.
“@cuban_link you are a gorgeous, sophisticated, intelligent woman but being with someone who openly and comfortably attacks children is a bad look. Get out while you can girl,” Kim wrote. “Anyone who knows me knows even if you are my enemy I would never say anything about anyone’s child. Kids are off limits!!!!”
Kim Says 50 Can Relate To The Verse Because It’s About “B***h A** N***as”
Kim pressed even further into 50 Cent’s neck with no mercy in another clapback on Instagram Story.
“It’s so crazy how a song about b***h a** n****s could touch a b***h n****s soul so deeply that he results to attacking a child,” Kim said. “Oh yeah it’s official to say…I’M THAT B***H!!! Okayyy 50 you got me! The song was about YOU!”
While this was going down, Nicki seemed to be wrapped with Queen Radio and premiering the “queen mix” to her hit song Super Freaky Girl.
The song was released at 3 a.m. ET and featured JT, BIA, Katie Got Bandz, Akbar V, and Maliibu Miitch. By early Friday, the track debuted at number one on US iTunes.
— chart data (@chartdata) September 9, 2022
But almost two hours after the release, Nicki seemingly compared coverage of the Lil Kim and 50 Cent exchange to coverage of her new remix.
“Notice how they posted only about bulls***. S/O to everyone supporting the song & the women who bodied. They ain’t doing no campaigns for us chi. We gotta get it out the mud,” Nicki said.
One of Nicki’s fans added to her tweet, saying that positive content is “unseen and not heard, but soon as drama or bullsh*t happens, all the [clown emoticon] come flocking,” user @JORDANJSTL.
“Female rap unity only when their pets can benefit from it. Lol. Other than that, let’s act like we don’t see it,” Nicki tweeted.