Guessing Game: Who said "Me and my girl Mary J. Blige about to eat these bitches alive"? And about Whom?

It isn't too early for best quotes of 2011. While the men of hip hop kick this year off in various states of prison or probation, the women are rousing up their own scandals. Can you name this angry potty mouth?

I think this other bitch got a song with Keyshia Cole, right? Coming at me and the mothafuckin' other queen, Mary J. Blige...Me and my girl Mary J. Blige about to eat these bitches alive where they won't even fucking exist no more and erase they fucking social security number! We gon' remind them who the fuck we are! I'm not playing with this bitch for 2011. I'm saying, we can rock together but bitch you ain't taking nothing from me!

Who said that? And about whom?

Can you guess?

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Here's the answer:

 

And this diss belongs to: LIL' KIM
your social security is in danger
your social security is in danger

During Lil Kim's New Year's Eve performance at Hippodrome in Springfield, Massachusetts, she called out Nicki Minaj for dissing her in the new Keyshia Cole song, "I Ain't Thru." An examination of the song lyrics does indicate some beef is being stirred. Nicki Minaj stakes a claim for Queen B status:

B-b-b-b-b bad bitch central/Check my credentials/Motherfucking right it's Nicki on the intro/And I'm even bitchier when I'm on my menstral

Then Minaj removes her proverbial earrings and struts her B-ness:

Y-Y-Y-Y-You a mutt/Tell her quack quack, she a motherfucking duck, goose/She a Saturday night live spoof/One thing the coupe never got, roof!/Yeah I took the spot she gone, poof!

And ends on:

Fuck y'all wack bitches/ Old ass bitches/ Hahaha

"I Ain't Thru" is actually another round in a long brewing B-fight between these potty mouthed rapper ladies, with alleged traces as early as 2007 mixtapes. Although she's said she was a Kim fan first and they took a photo together at a Lil Wayne show as a sign of solidarity, lyrics from the song "Roman's Revenge" on Minaj's new album, Pink Friday, seem aimed at a certain Queen B:

"Look at my show footage, how these girls be spazzin' / So f--I look like gettin' back to a has-been? / Yeah, I said it, has-been /Hang it up, flatscreen /Haha plasma"

Lil Kim returned the ball with "Black Friday":

I hate you Lil' Kim clone/clown, all this buffonery, the sh- stops now ... We all know your last name is what got you your job, you's a put-together gimmick, something like a collage"

Lil Kim's bottom line:

That's cool, I was the first one wit' it / You'se a Lil Kim wannabe you just hate to admit it / I'm the blueprint you ain't nothin' brand new / Check your posters and videos / You'll always be number two.

What can we learn from this? One, respect your elders, but there's room for everyone to "bee" real. Two, Lil Kim and Nicky Minaj are good rappers. They're bold and explicit. Kim talks more about sex and Minaj talks more about being insane. They are queens of different lyrical continents shooting their canons. Three, fighting is bad, but it's kind of cool and entertaining to battle through music. In fact, it's pretty poetic and it's what movies are made from.

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