Lil Kim Slams Website For Calling Her Face ‘Distorted’

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Tiffany Foxx "Twisted" Featuring Lil' Kim Music Video Shoot in Hollywood on February 2, 2013

Lil Kim is upset…after the website, Media Takeout blasted the rapper over her ‘new appearance.’ Lil Kim’s Rep released a statement to E!, C.J. Carter said, “can only be described as fictitious, malicious, and despicable. We would like to inform fans, the media, and the general public that this is nothing more than the blog site doing its best to conjure up much needed publicity and what better way to do so, than to take an American music icon and create a fictitious platform in which to disrespect and humiliate. We at Team Lil Kim are not taking this lying down and are taking this matter very seriously.”
Lil Kim herself took to Twitter to share her frustration,

Years & years they have been photoshopping pics of me & sabotaging my image. I’m not putting up with that sh-t no more. All they have been proving is im THAT b-tch with or without an album out & they always want to attack & bring down the real ones.Today was the last straw. You saw me on TV, people were posting pics all day… None of them looked the way that fake picture looked. Here is a side by side that shows the sh-t they did & a few more raw, unedited pics. You guys f-cked it up for all the Paps. F-ck outta here. None of y’all Paps is getting a pic now.

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