Kim responded to K.Michelle's recent comments about her (see post below) on Instagram:
I wasn't even going to respond to this insecure pathological lying sick psycho bitch @kmichelle I got bigger fish to fry but enough is enough. I need to put an end to this once and for all. Remember this picture y'all right? . This was the first and only time I have ever met this chick. She says I asked her this day backstage to be the Godmother of my child. If what I'm about to say doesn't convince you of how much of a Looney Tune this chick is then I don't know what will. You ready for this one?! NO ONE EVEN KNEW I WAS PREGNANT AT THE TIME OF THIS PICTURE... NOT EVEN MY OWN MOTHER!!!!! So why the **** would I ask this nobody ass Prozac popping bipolar bitch, tripping over $50 from my girl Paris @whoisparisphillips , who is a good and loyal friend, to be my child's Godmother. Case closed. I don't want to hear about this **** again. You're done. And as far as you talking about the presence that I grace in front of peasants like you. Surely jealousy and hate is the reason why haters like you attack my image which never stops nothing!!! Cause I'm moving out here!!! and ****** love me!!!! Chicks like you who pretend to love me just really wanna be me. My mother always told me never argue with a crazy person because from a distance you can't tell who the crazy one is. So stop trying to use me as a respirator to sell whatever you got going on at the time but I am into giving back to the community so here's my charity donation to you. I heard you dropped an album and I wish you all the success in the world and I hope you sell a ton of records. Let's get ready for the new year y'all !!!! 🎉🎊🎉🎊🎉🎊 #lilkim #kmichelle #toasttoabeautifulandprosperousnewyear
Posted on 11 Dec 2014 by LilKimZone
K.Michelle Disses Kim on The Breakfast Club Power 105.1
If you're interested in hearing what she had to say, fast forward to 7:15
Posted on 09 Dec 2014 by LilKimZone
Artist Erni Vales Talks Creating Iconic Lil Kim Louis Vuitton Outfit
There's just certain photos in music history that either perfectly capture a moment for an artist or are so spot in their creativity they become iconic, etched into our mind as a definitive visual.
Think John Lennon in his New York City T-shirt with his arms crossed. 2Pac in a Detroit Red Wings jersey spitting at photographer while exiting a court appearance. Barron Claiborne's snapshot of Biggie donning a crown. Kurt Cobain in a frumpy sweater, guitar in hand during his Unplugged performance.
The process behind one of those shots includes a lot of personnel, from—of course—photographers to a bunch of dedicated contributors.
For one of the most iconic images of the early aughts, Lil Kim suited in a leather one-piece outfit adorned with the LV logo of Louis Vuitton for Interview magazine's November 1999 issue, it certainly was a group effort.
The look was snapped by David LaChapelle, who birthed the symbol idea that was executed by graffiti artist Ernie Vales. The imaged was dubbed one of the Top 50 photos in rock by Rolling Stone. Watch the video above to hear [< href="http://revolt.tv/video/graffiti-artist-erni-vales-talks-creating-lil-kims-iconic-louis-vuitton-outfit/8365337C-1706-4398-9C50-26401E001FB5" target="blank">LINK] Vales explain the concept; "I have certain experiences in my career where I look back and I'm like, I used to paint trains and now I'm here," Vales told REVOLT at Art Basel 2014. "How crazy is that?"