Lil' Kim Wants People to Stop Asking About Nicki Minaj & Remy Ma: 'Let Each Female Shine'

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Lil' Kim at The 3rd Annual Diamond Ball in New York City on Sept. 14, 2017.

Lil' Kim is in the midst of promoting her new single, "Nasty One," and wants all the press to focus on that. 

The rapper sat down with Real 92.3 on Thursday (Aug. 9), where she was almost immediately asked about Nicki Minaj. The two have beef stemming all the way back to 2007, when Kim accused Minaj of stealing her look on the cover of her Playtime is Over mixtape.

When asked how she feels about Minaj's album title Queen, when many see Kim as the queen bee, the rapper replied, "If you f--- with me, why isn't this about Kim? If we going to mention one female, we need to mention them all."

Kim said she's over the drama, and wishes people would stop bringing it up: "She did what she did, until she’s ready, hopefully, God puts it on her mind to do the right thing because she knows what she did. Once that happens, hopefully everyone will stop asking me.”

The conversation soon shifted to Remy Ma, who the rapper also has some ongoing feuds with. “That automatically puts females against each other,” she said, slamming the notion of comparing female artists. “Let each female shine, when Remy’s up here, ask her about her fuckin’ dope ass bars.”

Watch the full interview below.

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