Another femcee who enjoyed dominance during Missy Elliott’s run was Lil’ Kim, with whom she frequently collaborated with. Ironically, 2005 would be the year both would release their final albums. More ironic, however, was Missy Elliott and Lil’ Kim appearing on Keyshia Cole’s “Let it Go,” in 2007, their comebacks.
Lil’ Kim was preparing her comeback in the rap game and the world was ready for her. However, Lil’ Kim faced numerous setbacks and Nicki Minaj would soon rise from the mixtape level to Young Money. Signing to Lil Wayne’s label, Nicki Minaj would become Lil’ Kim’s target.
Over the past two years, countless disses have gone back and forth between the two ladies. Missy Elliott was asked about their feud by Sway during her appearance on the popular show, MTV’s “RapFix Live.” During the interview, Missy Elliott said it would be great for women if they ended their feud.
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