It was only a matter of time, really.
“Hot damn ho here we go again. Monkey see monkey do. I heard the haters are joining forces against the Queen,” Lil Kim tweeted Sunday after catching wind that Minaj had been hanging out with Foxy Brown.
Lil Kim and Brown have also notoriously been at odds with one another.
“Have a great show!!! Break a leg!!!! Hahahaha!!!! My love for the female hip hop movement has always been genuine,” Lil Kim tweeted. “All the females I’ve been bringing out recently I have love for. If u see anybody else doing it … Its not genuine … Know it’s only to copy and compete with me.”
On Sunday, Hot 97 on-air personality Peter Rosenberg offended Minaj and her entire Young Money crew by calling the female emcee’s music “bullsh-t.”
As a result, Lil Wayne pulled the plug on Minaj’s headlining performance, leaving Hot 97 in a lurch.
In response, fellow Hot 97 radio personality Funkmaster Flex issued a proclamation that he would bring down Minaj’s career.
“We ain’t f–kin’ with commercial rappers no more,” he announced during the show’s intermission. “If you lost the f–kin’ street, it’s your fault! If you don’t go gold, it’s your fault! I’m dedicated to tearing you down! F–k with me! We gon show you, mama, you think you didn’t sell records this time?”
Lil Kim’s disdain for Minaj also runneth over in her long Twitter rant.
“For those of u who have been brainwashed by the fraud … Let’s open our eyes now people … the clone is not bringing ladies out for the luv. It’s strictly because I’m doing it!” she wrote. “Love u Team Kim and all my fans across the world … they’ll believe one day very soon!!”