Joe Budden Wants Lil Kim To Throw In The Towel, “Someone Needs To Tell Her Enough Is Enough”

Joe Budden Wants Lil Kim To Throw In The Towel, “Someone Needs To Tell Her Enough Is Enough”

Slaughterhouse’s Joe Budden has shared his reaction to Lil Kim‘s recent swipes at Nicki Minaj and said the hip-hop veteran should back off.

Admitting he was only giving his opinion in a non-disrespectufl manner, Budden offered his thoughts on Kim’s actions as of late.

“No disrespect to Kim.but some1 needs to tell her enough is enough.,” Budden tweeted yesterday (November 25). (Joe Budden’s Twitter)

Following the tweet, New York City radio host DJ Envy warned Budden about the consequence of what he said.

“When u start off wit no disrespect..its usually disrespect.RT @JoeBudden: No disrespect to Kim.but some1 needs to tell her enough is enough.” (DJ Envy’s Twitter)

Yesterday, a snippet of Kim’s “Black Friday” Minaj diss landed online.

Lil Kim has been quiet as Nicki Minaj has had disparaging remarks to her rival, but now Kim has returned fire with a new diss songcalled “Black Friday.” The song, which has leaked online, has Lil Kim lyrically challenging the now-dominantNicki Minaj. On the song, Kim spews, “I’m turning Pink Friday to Friday The 13th.” “Aight, you Lil Kim clone clown / all this buffoonery s**t stops now / Time for you to lay down / I’m sick of the fraud / I’ll put hands on this b**ch like Obama’s guards,” Kim says. “We all know your last name / what got you your job / You a put together gimmick / something like a collage.” (All Hip Hop)

Earlier this month, Kim called out Minaj during a performance in Queens, New York.

“I got more love for Queens than this b*tch do,” Kim said at a Queens, New York concert. “I will erase this b*tch’s social security number. First of all I don’t even need a record right now and I’d kill that b*tch with my old sh*t. I’ll kill that b*tch with my old sh*t…Right now I’m in Queens, repping, because I got love for all the boroughs. Y’all see me in places where y’all be like, ‘How the f*ck she there?’ I touch my people — like I said, I got a catalogue, this catalogue p*ssy. I’ll kill this b*tch with my old sh*t. My records ain’t just enter the charts, they made history. What the f*ck is this bullsh*t, this sh*t come and go. What the f*ck, is you kidding me? … We gonna get back to partying, I just want to let y’all know, right, I don’t ever let nothing take me off my grind…” (Real Talk NY)

Check out Lil Kim’s “Black Friday” below:



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