The Queen Bee is applauding in return. Lil’ Kim responded to accusations that she had targeted Nicki Minaj’s little son in her new “Plan B” remix with Megan Thee Stallion on Thursday (Sept. 8), which were made by 50 Cent.
The artist claimed on her Instagram Stories that she had never mentioned anyone’s child. You’re welcome to listen to the song in which we made it apparent that we were discussing an ex. It is awful to attempt to misinterpret my statements in order to use my child as a slam dunk. Even when you disrespect me the most in the game, you won’t come after MY CHILD.
A few slides later, Lil’ Kim launched an attack against the Super Bowl LVI halftime show singer, blaming her for starting the rumours in the first place. She went on to say, “I still can’t believe y’all can’t see past 50s pathetic a-, shameful, ugly, and egotistical tactics…y’all still falling for that s-t. Anyone who knows me understands even if you are my adversary I would never say anything against anyone’s child. “He manufactured this whole bogus narrative to produce drama and confusion because the girl he wanted is receiving too much attention. Children are not permitted! ”
Earlier on Thursday, 50 Cent started the controversy by tagging Minaj in a since-deleted Instagram post and wrote, “QGTM @nickiminaj you better light her a- up i’m watching.
The video for the updated version of Megan’s Traumazine single had reportedly been pulled down as of the time of publication “due to a copyright claim by International Federation of the Phonographic Industry,” even though it had previously been made available on YouTube on Friday, September 9.