50 Cent Trolls Lil Kim’s Appearance, She Responds: You’re So Obsessed W/ Me, This Is Getting Creepy

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Lil Kim doesn’t think 50 Cent’s jokes about her are funny.

50 Cent recently chimed in on a new meme mocking Lil Kim after a performance.

The image compared her to a character from the 1993 thriller Leprechaun.

 

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While it looks like he’s deleted the meme, it wasn’t before Lil Kim caught wind of it and reacted with a scathing response, including telling him,

“ur so Obsessed wit me this is getting creepy… yarnnnn this one ain’t it bro not funny at all I was hoping to laugh wit u but cornyyyyyy [corn Emojis]…”

See her full message below.

This isn’t the first time the two rappers have battled on social media.

In July, 50 Cent made fun of Lil Kim’s look at the BET Awards as critics compared her to an owl.

50 Cent shared a side-by-side image on Instagram and asked, “Who did this?”

Lil Kim’s longtime boyfriend Mr. Papers first replied,

“Leave my wife out the Jokes Ya heard”

Lil Kim laughed off the comparison and even said it was “accurate.” But she also had a few words for 50 Cent.

She reposted his upload with the caption,

“The accuracy [crying laughing Emojis] Hilarious [laughing Emojis] I ain’t bothered not one bit. My family & friends more mad than me. [laughing Emoji]

S*** like this don’t move me one way or another cause I’m still a bad b**** that n***az b****es, mommies, daughters, and aunties still want to be till this day and I love it!! [laughing Emojis]”

She continued,

“@50cent I see u still in ur feels about that dinner date u asked me on that I had to turn down. Let it go u have a beautiful girlfriend, I have a loving husband. Let it go.”

She went on to address anyone who has an issue with Mr.  Papers’ comment.

“And for those of u coming at my husband, Mr. Papers, he did real n***a s***. What a husband is suppose to do…”

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Authored by: Char Patterson