(source: MTV News) The Brooklyn MC took shots at the Young Money Barbie during a nightclub appearance on Friday in Minaj's home borough of Queens.
"I got more love from Queens than this bitch do!" Kim bellows in video footage that hit the Web. "I will erase this bitch's social security number. First of all, I don't even need a record right now, I'll kill that bitch with my old sh--!"
Then Kim, rocking a midriff-baring top and engulfed by fans wielding cameras, commanded the DJ to drop some of her memorable bangers, including "The Jump Off," "No Time," and her Ray J collabo "Wait a Minute." Toward the end of the footage, Kim insists she's not rattled by any other up-and-comers.
"I don't never let nothing take me off my grind. As always, steady mobbin'," she said. "Money over these bum-ass bitches."
Although Kim doesn't mention Minaj by name in the footage, the rap divas' rocky relationship has been well documented. The "No Matter What They Say" spitter has consistently accused Minaj of jacking her style and failing to respectfully acknowledge the hip-hop veteran.
"Here's my thing, all females that come in the game, we need to stick together, and I always try my best to embrace them," Kim said in a June radio interview. "But what happens is, when they come in the game and they realize that I'm not going away and my fans are still here and they can't just step on me, they get upset and then they'd don't want to be my friend anymore. I think that's really childish and stupid. Because all I ask for is respect, and I show the same respect back. Pay homage, at the end of the day a lot of things go on behind the scenes that people don't know about. It will be aired out, because you can't hide the truth."
Minaj has largely remained quiet on the matter, however, a lyric on her recently released Eminem collabo "Roman's Revenge," might have reignited Kim's fury.
"Word, that bitch mad 'cause I took the spot? Well, bitch, if you ain't sh------, then get off the pot/ Got some n----- out in Brooklyn that'll off your top," Minaj rhymes. However, the Queens lyricist has denied that the track's vitriol is directed at any femcee in particular.
"I'm talking about everyone who has been in interviews talking," Minaj told DJ Khaled during a recent radio interview. "No one is worth having their name mentioned out of my mouth and they never will get that. But you know, I've been quiet for such a long time, I've been the nice guy, I've been the person that gave everybody their props. I complemented everybody from day one and I think that as a rapper, you can't be a rapper and not speak on things being said about you. So, I use my music to say what I have to say."