The vicious war of words has escalated between Nicki Minaj and Lil' Kim, with the latter going on an expletive ridden rant after Nicki called her out for talking smack behind her back!

Initially, Nicki talked to radio station Hot 97s VIP Lounge, where she dished about her her ongoing battle with Lil' Kim, and urged her rap rival to end their public feud.

She said:

"I felt like, you're going to go down in history now as a sore loser as opposed to going down in history as the Queen because if you can't beat em, join em.”

“It's like when you see Gaga, you see Madonna, but Madonna never hated on Gaga,”
she continued. “Why in the black community, we got to hate on each other instead of saying 'Thank you for showing me love, thank you for keeping my name alive.' Nobody was even playing your music and you damn sure couldn't get an interview to save your life. But now you getting interviews and now every interview you do, they asking you about Nicki Minaj. So it's like we help each other, that's the point, we're helping each other. But if you are bitter…get a life."

The hip hop industry waited with baited breath to see how Lil Kim would respond, and when she did, the rapper didn’t disappoint! Refusing to make peace, the ‘Lady Marmalade’ hitmaker instead outed Lil Wayne’s protégé as a "fraud" on her new song ‘Black Friday’ - a play on Minaj's album title ‘Pink Friday’, and blasted her during an interview with H8terade Radio.

“That was cute for her. B**ches like her do s**t like that. Talk on h*, its easy talk when them album sales ain't back yet. Since you talking ’bout the history books, let’s talk about the f***ing history books, damn it. Bitch I got a Grammy, b**ch. I got number ones, sweetie. Source gave my last album 5 motherf***ing mics, ho. What the f*** they give you?”

It’s in your court Nicki! What you got?

How do you think Nicki should respond? Should she call Lil Kim out or take the high road? Let us know by commenting below!

Meanwhile, catch more of Lil Kim’s outrageous antics in the video below!

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