Nicki Minaj vs. Lil Kim

Oh, what to do when there isn't room for two hip-hop divas? You make your own room. Music siren Minaj made that quite obvious once she burst onto the scene. Her lyrics only pushed things further: "So let me get this straight, wait, I'm the rookie? But my features and my shows 10 times your pay?" Minaj rapped on "Monster." Kim followed up with the track "Black Friday," spitting the lines, "I'll turn Pink Friday into Friday the 13th. Alright you Little Kim clone clown all this buffoonery, this ... stops now." In the end, love showed its true colors. Minaj admitted that Kim was actually an inspiration of hers growing up.

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Oh, what to do when there isn't room for two hip-hop divas? You make your own room. Music siren Minaj made that quite obvious once she burst onto the scene. Her lyrics only pushed things further: "So let me get this straight, wait, I'm the rookie? But my features and my shows 10 times your pay?" Minaj rapped on "Monster." Kim followed up with the track "Black Friday," spitting the lines, "I'll turn Pink Friday into Friday the 13th. Alright you Little Kim clone clown all this buffoonery, this ... stops now." In the end, love showed its true colors. Minaj admitted that Kim was actually an inspiration of hers growing up.

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