AceShowbiz - Lil' Kim's latest project with Megan Thee Stallion has been removed. The "Plan B" remix is no longer available to stream on music streaming platforms, including YouTube, a few hours after its release.
Lil' Kim previously teased a collaboration between her and the Houston Hottie a few weeks ago by posting a cropped photo of their intertwined elbows. She then unveiled the full photo via Instagram on Wednesday, September 7 which showed the collaborators sitting on a private jet and sipping on champagne.
As of Friday afternoon, September 9, the remix was no longer up on Lil' Kim's social media page. Meanwhile, on YouTube, it simply read, "This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry."
The removal came a few hours after 50 Cent claimed Lil' Kim dissed Nicki Minaj's son Papa Bear on the "Plan B" remix. "N***a, you's a b***h/ Your father's a b***h, your brother's a b***h/ Keep actin' like this and your son gon' be a b***h," Lil' Kim raps on the song.
Setting the record straight that she's not dissing Nicki's son, Lil' Kim wrote on Instagram, "It's OK, he just doin what b***h n***az do." The 48-year-old hip-hop artist went on to add, "Now watch what God do to his life."
Not stopping there, Lil' Kim turned to her Instagram Story to clear the air up, denying that she's taking a jab at Nicki's son and slamming Fiddy for dissing her own 8-year-old daughter Royal Reign. "I never said a word about anyone's child," she wrote. "Please feel free to listen to the song where we were clearly talking about an EX. To try and twist my words to have an excuse to take digs at my child is disgusting. I'm one of the most disrespected legends in the game but what you will not do is come for MY CHILD."
"I still can't believe y'all can't see through 50's lame a**, disgraceful, ugly, and narcissistic tactics…y'all still falling for that s**t," Lil' Kim wrote in a follow-up Story. "He created this whole false narrative to cause drama and confusion because the girl He wanted is getting too much attention…"
Later, Lil' Kim's baby daddy Mr. Papers slammed Fif for taking a jab at their child. "@50Cent keep my Daughter out ya Internet comedy," he simply declared. In addition, he confirmed that the remix was aimed at him instead of Nicki's son. "Shorty made a whole song about me and YouTube took it down [face palm emoji] God don't like ugly ma," he noted. "Plan what ?"