We all know that Lil Kim had her share of alleged plastic surgery procedures in the past but last evening at the at Gramercy Theatre concert in New York City, the Queen Bee was almost unrecognisable. Noticeably curvier and a few shades lighter, Kim took her fans down memory lane to a time when she [...]
Trini Trent TV has issued advice to several artists during the last year – Rihanna, Brandy, Mariah Carey – but now its time to address an act who desperately needs direction. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, I’m talking about the one and only Queen Bee, rapper Lil Kim.
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Remember when Lil Kim performed at the Key Club in Los Angeles alongside Da Brat, The Lady of Rage, and Kurupt? Well, the Rap icon has shared special behind the scenes footage of that show in part two of her ‘Return of the Queen Tour’ week two vlog series.
Lil Kim is back with another installment of her ‘Return of the Queen Tour’ vlog series. In this episode of her online show, the rapper takes her show to Los Angeles where she performed for her fans at LA Pride and received the keys to the city.
Lil Kim has really been focused on rebuilding her brand in a positive way. Following her showing alongside Eve and Missy Elliott during her ‘Return of the Queen Tour’, the was joined by Da Brat for her Los Angeles show last evening.