It looks like Nicki Minaj isn't the only female artist with whom Lil' Kim is engaging in an unnecessary beef. Earlier today, the Queen Bee and R&B icon Keyshia Cole exchanged jabs over Twitter over, and once again, Kim's feud with Nicki Minaj came to the forefromt of the issue.
Although details are sketchy as to how the tit-for-tat Twitter session started, Kim apparently took offense to one of Cole's Tweets that she and her "Let It Go" partner were not friends. Kim fired back at Cole, intimating that she betrayed her by working with her current arch-nemesis Nicki Minaj on her latest album Calling All Hearts's first single "I Ain't Thru."
N while we're addressing everything, Lil Kim and I a r not "friends" I take that term very seriously. We made wonderful music. That is it.
@keyshiacole U got that right. We are not friends. The same way U take friendship seriously i take loyalty serious.
@keyshiacole My love & loyalty to u got u a hit, ur friendship with ur friend got u a flop.
Cole attempted to diffuse the situation, thanking Kim for helping her provide her with a hit single on 2007's "Let It Go." But Kim still maintained that she felt disrespected by Cole's actions.
@LilKim Kim that was a gr8 look 4 I coming out of jail just as it was a gr8 look for missy to have produced it.
@keyshiacole Yes it was a good look for me but it was a great look for u. At the end of the day it was a hit on YOUR album.
@keyshiacole Sticking 2 the situation. Again I would have never let anyone disrespect U on my song. That's loyalty & respect. End of story.
DX will keep you updated as this latest beef continues to unravel.