Just last night Lil' Kim dropped her new single "Took Us A Break" where she proves she's back with faster delivery and much more to say. The track may have been a possible move to hold us over for the rumoured diss track her and Remy Ma are putting together aiming at Nicki Minaj

On her recent interview with Ebro In The Morning Lil' Kim brings up female rappers as a whole saying "you don't come into the game disrespecting your idols," as a clear comment towards the beef between her and the "Anaconda" rapper. 

"...A lot of these girls come into the industry like that. It's whack...and it always catches up to you late. Karma's a mother," she says, adding, "At the end of the day it's like..what me and Remy are doing - cuz everyone knows we had situations in the past, but what we are doing is boss. This is what guys do...This is what 50 and Fat Joe did - this is boss. When you're with real, you recognize real."

Lil' Kim further discusses how she thinks conflict between two emcees can be a way for God to make respect grow on each other. 

Once again alluding to the Nicki beef, she says, "It's hard when people can't give you that respect, when people can't mutually say 'I'm sorry if I said something that offended you, I made a mistake, If I did this I apologize because that wasn't me.'"

When asked, straight up, if she could forgive Nicki if she said something along those lines she responds, "Somethings just can't be mended unless there's, like, a different type of conversation. Some people take it too far, some people take it to a point where they try to really deliberately see you in the ground or they still hold on to 'I'm right.'"

The "No Time" rapper details how artists in the industry have "so many windows" to make things right and at some point, people will call you out on being phoney. 

"A snake is a snake," she adds. 

Watch the full interview below with the Nicki talk at the 26-minute mark.