Lil’ Kim has announced that she is pregnant with her first child!
Kim revealed her large baby bump at The Blonds fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week on Wednesday (February 12) in New York City.
The diminutive hip hop diva let her bump do the talking as she was carried by a burly bodyguard from her car, showing off her new physique at the event in New York.
Her friend Perez Hilton appeared to confirm the news as he posted a picture with the star, and tweeted: 'Me and a very PREGNANT #LilKim at #TheBlonds show. Congrats, boo!!'
“I’m so excited! I’m a few months along, I can’t wait to be a mom!” Lil’ Kim told Us Weekly.
After the show, Lil’ Kim took the mic at the after party at Gilded Lily to announce that she’s expecting.
“I’m a mom, but I can turn it up a little! I’m still going to work,” Lil’ Kim added. “I’m still going to be hardcore. The baby has made me even more of a beast!” She then broke out into her song “Lighters Up”.
It wasn't long before fans took to Twitter to comment on the pictures, congratulating the star on her happy news.
Kim's friend Tamar Braxton congratulated her on Twitter 'Awwwww congrats @LilKim on your little one'.
Kim's boyfriend, Mr Papers, posted on Twitter that the name of their child will be Royal.
Congrats Kim and Mr Papers :)
Posted on 13 Feb 2014 by LilKimZone
Lil Kim Rumored to Star in Mohawk Salon: A Psycho Thriller
According to imdb.com, Lil' Kim is rumored to star in the upcoming thriller, Mohawk Salon: A Psycho Thriller.
Plot line: It's up to Chicago detective Sam Mitchell to solve the ongoing serial murders of dozens of Afro-American hairdressers, whose scalped remains are being hung like trophies to their salon mirrors. As a rookie in the late 1970s, Sam covered a grisly crime scene in Harlem, where a Native American woman was murdered and scalped, her baby missing. That case was never solved. Is the troubled Black cop up to the task of restoring order to the city?
Scheduled release date: Oct 2014.
Posted on 09 Feb 2014 by LilKimZone
Pic I've Never Seen Before
credit: perfect1. Shot in 2000.
Posted on 07 Feb 2014 by LilKimZone
Lil' Kim to Appear on Celebrities Undercover
Sure, everybody gossips about famous people...but what if celebrities heard every last, terrible word you said? Yikes! In Celebrities Undercover, stars from Kim Kardashian to T-Pain to Lil' Kim go incognito and chat up some unfiltered fans -- and some of them get pretty mean! Check out the promo for Oxygen's new show, hosted by Wendy Williams, and don't miss the premiere March 18! celebrities-undercover.oxygen.com
Posted on 24 Jan 2014 by LilKimZone
[Huffington Post Canada] A Vancouver-based makeup artist is suing famous rapper Lil' Kim for up to $150,000 in a copyright infringement lawsuit filed this week.
Samantha Ravndahl posted a photo of herself in makeup that she called "Glam Zombie" to Instagram in October 2013. According to The Globe and Mail, one of Ravndahl's Instagram followers told the makeup artist that her photo had appeared on Lil' Kim's Instagram account. (It's since been taken down, but can be seen in a screen grab on TMZ).
“I went there and saw that she had posted it with her copyright over it,” the 20-year-old told the newspaper. “She didn't credit me or anything. I thought it was kind of weird and looked into it more. I found all these other places she had been using this image as promotional album art for her song ['Dead Gal Walking']."
The lawsuit, filed in Federal Court in Los Angeles on Tuesday and obtained by The Huffington Post B.C., outlines where Ravndahl believes Lil' Kim violated copyright:
Ravndahl believes that Lil' Kim, acting through her agent, Whosay Inc. ("Whosay"), slapped Lil' Kim's name and copyright notice over Ravndahl's face and makeup design on Ravndahl's photograph before distributing it all over the web. Ravndahl reached out to Lil' Kim in an attempt to amicably resolve the matter, but was, unfortunately, dissed by Lil' Kim's camp. Now comes this lawsuit ...
Lil' Kim's team has removed some of the uses of Ravndahl's image, but the makeup artist and her lawyer never received a response to the cease-and-desist letter.
"You would think, as an artist, [Lil' Kim] would have some sort of respect for fellow artists and for people in the creative community, and at least respond," Ravndahl's lawyer, Scott Burroughs, told HuffPost B.C. in an interview. "But she's refused to do so, which has left us with only one course of action, and that's to file the complaint in federal court."
Since the issue has gone public, Ravndahl has been harassed on Twitter by supporters and fans of Lil' Kim.
At this point, Burroughs said they hope to see Lil' Kim acknowledge the work is not hers and that she "made a mistake." They also want to see Ravndahl financially compensated for not only the usage of her image, but also the loss of future licensing potential.
"Not only is this artwork now not associated exclusively with [Ravndahl], it's now associated quite heavily with Lil' Kim," he said. "You have versions of it floating around online with Lil' Kim's copyright notice, claiming that it's her original artwork. And that's a problem that we have to have remedied."