Lil’ Kim Wants Nothing To Do With The Notorious B.I.G. Movie


Lil’ Kim was the Notorious B.I.G.’s protege, best friend and lover but the pint-sized rap star wants nothing to do with the upcoming biopic of the late hip hop star’s life.

The upcoming movie, Notorious, slated to release this month, stars Angela Basset as Biggie’s mom, Voletta Wallace and a cast full of hip-hop characters that epitomized early 90s rap—everyone from Junior M.A.F.I.A. to Tupac Shakur.

While it isn’t clear what Kim is upset about, the actress cast as her, Naturi Naughton, wasn’t even able to interview or speak with her as research for the role.

Instead she just, “researched on my own. I studied videos and spent time in Brooklyn to get an idea of the mentality,” Naturi said.

Probably the most amusing piece of this news item is what all of us have chuckled over everytime Ready To Die is played.

As rapper Fabulous said: “He’d love that dorky white guys are rapping his songs at bars. We come
from a world where we don’t know their lifestyles, and they don’t know
ours.”

Hey now. Don’t steal the thunder from a dorky white boys being Big Poppa in their minds.

View a gallery of Lil’ Kim at the I. AM. C.H.A.N.G.E party in NYC!


Lil’ Kim was the Notorious B.I.G.’s protege, best friend and lover but the pint-sized rap star wants nothing to do with the upcoming biopic of the late hip hop star’s life.The upcoming movie, Notorious, slated to release this month, stars Angela Basset as Biggie’s mom, Voletta Wallace and a cast full of hip-hop characters that epitomized early 90s rap—everyone from Junior M.A.F.I.A. to Tupac Shakur.While it isn’t clear what Kim is upset about, the actress cast as her, Naturi Naughton, wasn’t even able to interview or speak with her as research for the role.Instead
she just, “researched on my own. I studied videos and spent time in
Brooklyn to get an idea of the mentality,” Naturi said.Probably the most amusing piece of this news item is what all of us have chuckled over everytime Ready To Die is played.As rapper Fabulous said: “He’d love that dorky white guys are rapping his songs at bars. We come
from a world where we don’t know their lifestyles, and they don’t know
ours.”Hey now. Don’t steal the thunder from a dorky white boys being Big Poppa in their minds.

View a gallery of Lil’ Kim at the I. AM. CHANGE party in NYC!