Lil' Kim has plenty to talk about besides rap nemesis Nicki Minaj. While speaking to Sway Calloway during MTV News' "RapFix Live," the Queen Bee talked about running with Sean "Diddy" Combs, despite never being signed to his Bad Boy Records.
"Biggie did bring me to Puffy," Kim told MTV News. "He said, 'She's too pretty to be rapping. Female rappers don't look like her. What am I supposed to do with her?' "
But apparently Diddy, who also passed on signing Junior M.A.F.I.A., had a change of heart when the Notorious B.I.G. played him Lil' Kim's debut album, Hardcore. Diddy insisted he be part of the album, jumping on "No Time," Hardcore's lead single, which at one point was supposed to be a remix of Junior M.A.F.I.A.'s "Get Money."
Kim went on to say that she and Diddy, who has recently worked with Nicki Minaj, no longer speak. "The only problem I had with Puffy is that you see this girl taking shots at me," Kim said, referring to Nicki. "Even on your own record [Dirty Money's 'Hello Good Morning'] she took a shot at me ... and you didn't stop that? If this was me years ago, he would have been doing everything if it was somebody he was working with or had a relationship with and he got money with or whatever, he would be like, 'That can't go out!' "
Kim also mentioned that, [article id="1535483"]during her incarceration[/article] for federal perjury between 2005 and 2006, Diddy was nowhere to be found.
"I'm bothered by his actions, because I rolled with Puffy to the bitter end, and still would have rolled with him," Kim said. "Puffy never came to see me in prison, not one time. He didn't write me a letter. He didn't say, 'Here's a number for Kim to call,' not one time.
"Then, because of your little business situations over there with Cash Money and Rick Ross and all of them, you're going to go see Wayne?" she continued, referring to [article id="1638299"]Diddy's surprise visit to Lil Wayne[/article] on Rikers Island last year.
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