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Lil Kim Disses Nicki Minaj (Video)

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The drama continued between two female rap rivals this week.

Lil Kim dissed fellow rapper Nicki Minaj for her Grammy Awards performance during an appearance on Bravo talk show, “Watch What Happens Live.”

“I don’t know what that was,” Lil Kim said after being asked her feelings on the controversial Grammy Awards performance. The rapper played it coy and said it must have slipped passed her.

It was one of the most talked about performances of the night when Nicki Minaj’s took the stage and appeared to be possessed by a demon.

Minaj performed to her new song “Roman Holiday” Sunday night and after giving the crowd a backstory, that she was possessed and needed the demon out, appeared on stage with blonde hair and a black dress.

Click to see the fashions at the Grammy Awards.

Minaj brought out her alter ego, Roman as she rapped while doing demonic dancing and at one point, levitating.

Minaj’s performance got mixed reviews and according to the NY Post, even got criticized by The Catholic League who called the performance “Vulgar.”

During “Watch What Happens Live,” host Andy Cohen pressed Lil Kim further about the fued, asking about her feelings on Minaj’s new song “Stupid Hoe.”

“I’m pretty sure I feel the same way everybody else feels right about now,” she said.  “If you have to make a song called ‘Stupid Hoe,’ you must be a stupid hoe.”

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The drama has been going on for years between the two rappers. At one point, the two even took jabs at each other on Twitter.

“What type of coward lame a** b**** tweets some s*** and then deletes it,” tweeted Lil Kim at one point. “REAL b****** stand by what they say BOZO…”

Not much is known about why exactly these two divas are at war, though Wendy Williams shared her explanation.

“The brief history of it is that Lil Kim is ultimately upset because the younger Nicki has never listed Kim as her influences in her rap career,” said Wendy Williams on an episode of “The Wendy Williams Show.”

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