*It’s a narrative that’s needed and starting to be discussed more prevalently in Hollywood.
And that’s colorism.
Like a few other now popular black actresses in Hollywood, Naturi Naughton is opening up about her struggles with being a darker-skinned black woman in Tinsel Town.
Lil Kim performs at The Blonds After Party – Fall 2014 Mercedes – Benz Fashion Week at Gilded Lily on February 12, 2014 in New York City
*Lil Kim has no time for naysayers, and says so in a new track with rapper B Ford.
Titled “Haterz,” the song premiered this week with Kim writing, “The hate is real.”
The mom-to-be has had plans to release an upcoming mixtape, “Hard Core,” for months but the project has been delayed indefinitely. No word from Kim if “Haterz” will be included on the eventual release.
Listen to “Haterz” below.
*Lil Kim’s baby daddy-to-be has revealed that the two are expecting a boy.
Queen Bee announced her pregnancy last week by arriving to a New York Fashion Week event rubbing her baby bump. Soon after, rapper Mr. Papers confirmed he’s the father.
Now, speaking to RadarOnline.com, he revealed they’re having a boy.
“That’s my baby… He’ll be taken care of,” Mr. Papers told Radar.
*Ok, who hit it? Who’s the baby daddy? That’s what everybody’s been wondering all day.
As we reported earlier today, Lil Kim, whose real name is Kimberly Denise Jones, told the world she was pregnant Wednesday night at a Fashion Week afterparty.
Lil’ Kim attends the The Blonds fashion show during MADE Fashion Week Fall 2014 at Milk Studios on February 12, 2014 in New York City
*Rapper Lil’ Kim showed up at a New York Fashion Week party Wednesday with a baby bump.
“I’m so excited! I’m a few months along, I can’t wait to be a mom!” the rapper, 39, told Us Weekly.
Lil’ Kim took the stage at The Blonds Fashion Week after-party and told the crowd, I’m a mom, but I can turn it up a little!” she said, as she rubbed her belly, reports Us. [More pics below.]
*Hmm, Now that’s a very eye-catching pic of Lil Kim and two, um, er, interesting fellows you’re probably thinking to yourself. And yes, we’ll let you define “interesting.”
In any event as you’ve probably deduced, it’s a cover shot the new RollingOut magazine.
In the interview/story, among other things a rather defensive and frosty Queen Bee discusses her relationships with the media, Diddy and reality tv.