News: Lil' Kim's Zombie Nightmare Comes True, Queen Bee Stung For Over $100K
Wednesday, Jan 22, 2014 3:00PM
Brooklyn rapper Lil' Kim's worst nightmare has reporetdly come true in the form of a $150,000 lawsuit being filed against her over a zombie face-stealing accusation.
According to reports, the Queen Bee has been sued by a Canadian-based artist.
Lil Kim is on the brink of a zombie apocalypse ... the makeup artist who accused the rapper of stealing her undead face has now filed a lawsuit ... demanding $150K minimum. We broke the story ... Canadian artist Samantha Ravndahl vowed to sue Lil Kim after the rapper allegedly lifted her zombie image off Reddit and used it to hawk her new album. Samantha demanded a full take down from Kim's social media platforms ... but seems Kim blew her off. Now it's no more Miss Nice Zombie ... Samantha has followed through on her promise, suing the rapper as well as the photo-sharing website WhoSay. (TMZ)
Back in November, Kim publicly acknowledged who was responsible for revamping her cover art.
"Thank U to @DustyAceti a huge fan and talented graphic designer! Muuaahh!!!," Kim tweeted November 14. (Lil' Kim's Twitter)
On the single's redone artwork, Kim killed off the neon colors and went with a darker theme.
Lil' Kim has revealed the new cover art for her single "Dead Gal Walking." A zombie Kim lurks in the background on the dark and bloody artwork designed by Dusty Designs. The original cover sparked controversy after makeup artist Samantha Ravndahl claimed Kim took her photo and used it without permission. Ravndahl tells TMZ that she posted the selfie online and soon noticed that Kim was using it on her social sites. She is hoping to reach a financial settlement and avoid a lawsuit. (Rap-Up)
Details of Kim's messy legal case surfaced online back in mid-November.
Lil' Kim is a ghoulish thief who ripped off a creepy pic of a decaying skull ... and is now claiming it as her own ... so says the professional makeup artist who took the pic and is demanding $$$. Samantha Ravndahl tells TMZ ... she's not only the artist ... she's also the girl in the picture -- which shows a green-faced woman with rotting flesh and exposed parts of her skull. Ravndahl says she posted the macabre selfie online ... and soon discovered that Lil' Kim was using the very same image on her own social media sites. (TMZ)
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