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Lil’ Kim Slams 50 Cent Who Clowns Her BET Look: “I See You Still In Your Feels About That Dinner Date You Asked Me”

One of the most-known female rappers all around the world, Lil’ Kim did not forgive 50 Cent’s words on her.

As fans might remember, back on June 30, the ‘In da Club‘ rapper jumped into his verified Instagram account and released a photo comparing Lil’ Kim’s BET look to an owl. Alongside the photo, he stated:

“Who did this sh*t, this ain’t right.”

As soon as the rapper released the photo, Lil’ Kim’s boyfriend Mr. Papers jumped into the comments section and defended her with the following words:

Leave my wife out the jokes ya heard.”

On July 2, this time Kim took to her verified Instagram account and released the same photo; in the caption section, the rapper, whose real name is Kimberly Denise Jones first stated that she is okay with the jokes and added that she is laughing at that hilarious memes.

However, she is okay with being mocked by 50 Cent; she wrote:

“50 Cent I see you still in your feels about that dinner date you asked me on that I had to turn down. Let it go, you have a beautiful girlfriend, I have a loving husband. Let it go.

After implying that 50 Cent has still feelings for her, Jones also defended her boyfriend’s comment by saying that it is “what a husband is supposed to do.” She concluded her words by writing that she will continue slamming the rapper through her memoir ‘Lil’ Kim: The Queen Bee.’ In her own words:

“All y’all can go to hell. Not Respectfully. 50cent, I address that situation all in my book coming in November. Make sure you go get it.”

Kim’s book will be available on November 2.

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