LONDON: LIL KIM has rejected calls from her rap rival NICKI MINAJ to end their public feud after releasing a new song in which she takes aim at the hip-hop newcomer.
Minaj was left heartbroken when her idol Kim accused her of copying her style and Lil Wayne's protegee reached out to the rap veteran during a radio interview earlier this week (begs22Nov10), urging the Lady Marmalade hitmaker to put their differences behind them.
She said, "I felt like, (Lil Kim is) going to go down in history now as a sore loser as opposed to going down in history as the queen because if you can't beat 'em, join 'em. If you don't have something nice to say, don't say anything at all. You don't have to feel the need to put somebody down to make yourself feel better."
But Kim is refusing to make peace and has instead blasted Minaj as a "fraud" on Black Friday - a play on Minaj's album title Pink Friday - alleging she used her sexual prowess to land a record deal with Lil Wayne.
On the track, Kim spits, "Aight, you Lil Kim clone clown/ all this buffoonery s**t stops now/ Time for you to lay down/ I’m sick of the fraud/ I’ll put hands on this b**ch like Obama’s guards.
"We all know your last name/ what got you your job/ You a put together gimmick/ something like a collage."