On Thursday Thanksgiving day, Dancehall HipHop told you that Lil Kim has release a diss track aimed at Young Money rapper Nicki Minaj called “Black Friday.”
Now Kim has officially release the full length version of the diss track. Dancehall HipHop took to twitter and facebook to hear what fans have to say about the track.
But first listen to the track below and post your thoughts in comment box below.[audio:https://dancehallhiphop.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/Lil-Kim-Black-Friday-Nicki-Minaj-Diss-FULL-SONG-CDQ-DIRTY.mp3|titles=Lil Kim- Black Friday (Nicki Minaj Diss) (FULL SONG) CDQ DIRTY]
What fans have to see… these are a ffew responses:
“Lil Kim you should throw in the towel, your done mama and you need to retire before Nicki Minaj retire you.” (facebook)
“This is the worse diss track i’ve heard in a long time, how the f*ck can you go to war with this piece of crap.” (twitter)
“Get that b*tch Lil Kim, show her who the real queen is.” (twitter)
“Dancehall HipHop unnu just as bad, you call this a diss track, Lil Kim fi go fix her face and stop beefing wid Nicki Minaj.” (facebook)
Thats just a few of hundreds of replies from fans.
After Nicki Minaj released the Eminem-assisted “Roman’s Revenge” earlier this month, an inclusion on her Pink Friday solo debut, it appeared that the Queens, New York emcee was addressing 1990s Brooklyn female Rap icon Lil’ Kim. Lyrics included, “Word, that bi–h mad ’cause I took the spot? / Well, bi–h, if you ain’t sh-tting, then get off the pot / Got some ni–as out in Brooklyn that’ll off your top.” Additionally, many believed that Lil’ Kim had been publicizing Minaj since a New York City Ray J concert this spring.
Do you think this beef is worth it? Comments below.