Wallace said that before the movie was made, Kim was given a copy of the script and signed off on the use of her likeness in the film.
"She felt the character we chose for her was 'too dark,' " Wallace said. "Do you know why the character was too dark for her? Because she's a white woman trapped in a black woman's body, and you can tell the world I said it, because those are Lil' Kim's words. She should be ashamed of herself."
(At press time, it was unclear whether the interview was conducted before or after
Big's mom went on to say she read interviews in which Kim revealed that her role model was Queen Elizabeth.
"Tell Lil' Kim to go find herself, go drink a cup of green tea and get a life!" Wallace went on. "This movie is not about Lil' Kim. She felt we used her character to promote [but] this movie is about my son. ... Lil' Kim needs to go sit down."
Hip Hop Weekly is where Kim fired her first salvo in the "Notorious" battle between her, Wallace and Faith Evans. "I've had enough and I'm about to expose them both. ... I've been quiet for a long time," Kim was quoted as saying by Hip-Hop Weekly. "I'm very disappointed in Faith. There's nothing Faith or Ms. Wallace could do to stop me from reppin' B.I.G. all day. I'm gonna always do that. ... It's time for Ms. Wallace to be exposed."