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B.I.G’s mother explains beef with Lil Kim: They all “went down the toilet”

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Reported by April Taylor

Eurweb is reporting on a piece of unreleased video footage that has been published by VladTV that reveals information about how Notorious B.I.G.’s mother Voletta Wallace felt about rapper Lil’ Kim.  The footage dates back to 2005 when the beef between the two was intense, and it reveals why Wallace had such a disdain for Lil’ Kim.  The beef between the two seemed to center around Lil’ Kim’s role as a mistress and her issue with how she was portrayed following Biggie’s death.

In the video, Wallace states, “After my son’s death, believe it or not, Lil’ Kim and I were close.  But I guess she doesn’t – I’m a woman who speaks my mind.  Sometimes you say things, the truth hurts, and you take it the wrong way.  I did not like the way she was parading around national television and radio about Biggie, the love of her life.  Her hair, her nose, her mouth, her butt, every part of her.  Christopher is not here to defend himself.  I was offended.  I was offended and I let her know.  She didn’t like it and I don’t give a hoot.”

Wallace also discusses her feelings about Junior M.A.F.I.A. member Lil’ Cease whom she also feels has exploited and disrespected Biggie’s legacy for his own gain.   Wallace states: “As far as Lil’ Cease is concerned, they’re all struggling.  Christopher is not here.  He was a figure in their life that they look up to and he was not here and everybody just go their separate ways.  The ways that they went wasn’t the straight way.  As a result they all went down the toilet.  But wish them all well.  I might tell them to go to hell and mind their own damn business but deep down I wish them well.”

The previously unreleased footage corresponds with an interview Wallace completed the same year with SOHH.com.  During that interview, Wallace addresses the posthumous release of some of Biggie’s music and why it has been a source of contention at times.  She states, “You know when I hear posthumous stuff that makes me feel good because it’s telling me that they have a great deal of respect for my son.  They love his work.  They love his art.  And they just want to be a part of Biggie, so that makes me feel closer to him.  The only time I feel upset or violated is when they use it without asking.  So when I hear something on the radio, I have to ask, ‘Did I give permission for that?’ And sometimes they say ‘yes,’ sometimes they say ‘no.’  And if they say ‘no,’ I really feel offended, no only offended but angry.  Because I feel that it’s downright disrespectful.”

Lil’ Kim and Lil’ Cease have not responded to the publishing of the previously unreleased footage.

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