0 reads
Leave a comment

While preparing for a show in Australia interviewed Lil Kim and The Queen Bee revealed that she is “90% sure” that a song with Rihanna is in the works and added that she doesn’t consider herself a feminist:

KO: You’ve worked with Keyshia Cole, Missy, Da Brat and Biggie – is there anybody that you’d really like to collaborate with?

LK: Hmm. Well, I’m a huge Rhianna fan, and she’s a friend of mine so I’m almost guessing, if I had to guess – I’m 90% sure that song is probably in the works. But you’re the first and last person I’ll tell that to!

KO: Me, and whoever who reads this?

LK: [laughs] I look at it this way: if it happens, it happens. And it should be a surprise. It shouldn’t be something that people are anticipating, or have their own personal opinions on it before it even comes out. So I probably won’t ever mention that again.

KO: [laughs] So I should keep it between us? On the record or off?

LK: [laughs] I just love Rhianna, I think she’s great.

Lil Kim also discussed whether she considers herself a feminist:

KO: You’ve been an inspiration to a lot of young girls. You’re talented, you embrace your femininity, you’re totally intimidatingly confident, very self-aware, empowered. Would you call yourself a feminist?

LK: You know, I don’t. I mean, I’m very girly. I like the term girly girl… You know, I always say I’m Malibu Barbie. I like to enjoy life, and to me that’s what Malibu Barbie represents. And I can represent femininity, and I can represent for feminists, but I don’t really call myself that. But I love to represent for my ladies, and you know, always try to give them great advice. I feel like – especially in the music industry – we’re already the minority, so I like to give my women a sense of empowerment whenever I can… One thing I won’t stop doing, until I give up on music, is that I will always make music that makes women feel extremely sexy.

Did she take any shots at Nicki Minaj? Maybe on the low. Check out the full interview by clicking HERE.

comments – add yours