Lil' Kim Wants Everyone To Stop Asking Her About Nicki Minaj

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Word to the wise: Don't ask Lil' Kim about Nicki Minaj.

During an interview with Real 92.3, the "Took Us A Break" rapper let it be known that is she tired of questions about her alleged beef with Nicki.

When Bootleg Kev asked Kim if she felt some type of way about Nicki calling her upcoming album Queen, Kim immediately responded,"Oh God," as her team shouted in the background, "No, no, no, Nicki questions."

Despite her warning from her people, Kim decided to answer the question in the most Lil' Kim way possible — with a lot of sass and a bit of shade. 

"Let me ask you this... Why isn't this about Kim? If we gon' mention one female [rapper] we need to mention them all. We need to bring everybody [into the conversation], and we need to give everybody love," she said before addressing The "FEFE" rapper directly. "God bless her. What she did, she did, but you know what? I wish her the best. I'm past that. I'm over it."

Kim, who has become known for not addressing Nicki by name, then went on to say that what happened is between her and Nicki, and she hopes the "Chun-Li" rapper will make it right one day. 

"Stop asking me about ol' girl or that chick," she continued.  "She did what she did. Hopefully God puts it on her mind to do the right thing because she know what she did. Once that happens, then hopefully everyone will stop asking me about [her]. Y'all don't do that to her. I don't like that."

The "rapper" then sent out a PSA asking that people stop pitting females against each other.

"Everytime stuff like this comes out it's always like, 'why is she still talking about it?' But [other people] are the ones asking me about [these] situations. Y'all need to stop doing that," she said. "That automatically puts females against each other. Let each female shine ... including ol' girl. Let's give every girl their own privacy. Let's give every girl their own recognition. Let's celebrate every girl in their own right. The only way to do that is to focus on what they're doing."

To see her full interview, click the video below! 

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