(AllHipHop News) Apparently femcee Lil Kim is sick and tired of talking about rap rival Nicki Minaj. Kim called into the Hot 97’s The Cipha Sounds and Peter Rosenberg Show this week to introduce her new artist Tiffany Foxx, but the second question Rosenberg asked Kim was about Minaj.
“Let me tell you something. I’m about to shut you down right now,” Kim directs at Rosenberg. “This is about Tiffany Foxx. And this about I.R.S., Queen Bee.”
Rosenberg tried to defend his question saying that he most likely would have faced criticism for not bringing up the subject, but Kim gave the radio host some advice on how to handle his possible critics.
“You don’t have to succumb to the b#######,” says Kim. “I’m not going to sit here and keep talking about it.”
Rosenberg then offered to mediate the long-standing feud between the two female rap stars.
“I’m going to bring everyone together,” says Rosenberg.
“What? No you’re not. You don’t even believe that yourself,” responds Kim. “You don’t even like her. So stop it.”
Rosenberg had an infamous spat with Minaj in 2012. After Rosenberg made comments about her song “Starships” at Hot 97’s Summer Jam, Minaj and the rest of Young Money pulled themselves from the show.
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In the interview, Kim then goes on to scold Rosenberg for trying to create tension between female rappers instead of focusing on their talents.
“This is the reason why females can’t do this. You have a nice shot at helping to introduce somebody who is a new artist and very special,” says Kim. “And you wanna bring in some mess. Don’t do that.”
Tiffany Foxx has been working with Lil Kim for several months. The St. Louis native recently released the video for her song “Twisted” featuring a verse from Lil Kim and an appearance by pop singer Miley Cyrus. “Twisted” is off Foxx’s debut mixtape Yellow Tape.
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Lil Kim and Tiffany Foxx continued their media tour yesterday when they stopped by MTV’s RapFix Live. Kim talked about getting over the death of Notorious B.I.G., missing the opportunity to appear on Sisqó’s “Thong Song,” and he new business relationship with former Chairman and CEO of EMI Records Charles Koppelman. Foxx ended the show freestyling along with Black Star emcee Talib Kweli.
You can watch footage of the full Hot 97 interview and Foxx’s new video for “Twisted” below.