Over the weekend this track leaked, produced by Derick "D-Dot" Angeletti, featuring vocals from Lil Kim and Nicki Minaj called "Everywhere We Go." From the jump Kim's verse goes at wannabes taking her style.

Amongst the many reactions to the on-going Lil Kim/Nicki Minaj drama, the most telling are those from her fellow rappers. In several recent interviews Atlanta's own Diamond, Jadakiss, Lil Cease, Missy Elliot, 50 Cent and many other artists (notably other female MCs) have given their thoughts on Lil Kim's attacks and whether they are justified.

Does Diddy think that Lil Kim is crazy? Pop the hood for details!

Check out our exclusive interview with DJ Drama and The Game as the LA rapper speaks on Nicki Minaj and the Lil Kim beef, as well as hip-hop groupie Kat Stacks!

Lil Kim has once again stepped up her verbal attacks against Nicki Minaj. At a show in Detroit, the Queen Bee went in on Nicki as well as "fake a** promoters" who put her on the street cred tour while she was out of the country.

Lil' Kim has been in the lime light lately for her beef with Nicki Minaj, but she's now causing a stir for another reason. The Queen Bee has reportedly reunited with her old Brooklyn homie Jay-Z and has signed a deal with Jigga's Roc Nation.

DJ Vlad asked Fat Joe for his thoughts on the on-going Nicki Minaj/ Lil Kim feud. The Bronx rapper gave props to Nicki Minaj but insists that she should still give Lil Kim her props. He also spoke about his former protege Remy Ma.

Someone operating the Twitter Account @TheRealLilKim has taken the Queen Bee's on stage attacks on Nicki Minaj to the next level. The account has unleashed a non-stop barrage of insults on everyone from Nicki Minaj and Drake to P Diddy and Kat Stacks, but it has not been verified, meaning it may or may not actually be Lil Kim.

While Drake and Nicki were on their best behavior at Hot 97's Summer Jam in New York, the Young Money members were a little more vocal about this beef with Lil Kim a little further north in Connecticut. Click here for details!

A show in Vermont featuring rapper Lil Kim was shutdown early after a massive brawl broke out just after midnight on Thursday morning (June 3rd). According to Vermont State Police, a drunken brawl broke out at the Higher Ground nightclub.

At a recent show Lil Kim took off her colored wig after a performance of her classic hit "Crush On You" and proclaimed to the crowd that she is "so above this." The statement seemed to be a diss aimed at Nicki Minaj.

We have all watched Lil' Kim go from a cute "hood chick" to a Hello Kitty Doll. Kimmy has some good days and a lot of bad ones, but this time around- she's looking great!