Voletta Wallace Blocks Lil' Kim Appearance On Monica's New Single

Ms. Wallace takes the latest jab at Kim in their ongoing battle.

Monica recently released her new single “Anything (To Find You)” featuring Lil’ Kim, Missy Elliott and Rick Ross, sporting a sample of Notorious B.I.G.’s “Who Shot Ya.” But Kim fans were left puzzled after the song debuted on the chart this past week without Kim’s verse.

According to Monica, the decision to omit Kimmy Blanco was that of Biggie’s mom, Voletta Wallace, who blocked her appearance on the record.

“I am just finding out what has happened to my single and myself & Missy are beyond hurt that @LilKim was removed. She's our friend, a legend & @LilKim will get the respect she deserves at all cost. The clearance was revoked & I'm fighting to get it reinstated by the Biggie Estate.

“We respect all parties involved & were gonna do WHATEVER to keep the song as is because @lilKim the bizness on the record...,” she continued. “I am as thorough as they come and I LOVE @LilKim bottom line is Ms Wallace has the final say and she said No. If we put it out we get SUED.”

I am just finding out what has happened to my single and myself & Missy are beyond hurt that @LilKim was removed. She's our friend, a legendless than a minute ago via Echofon Favorite Retweet Reply

& @LilKim will get the respect she deserves at all cost. The clearance was revoked & I'm fighting to get it reinstated by the Biggie Estateless than a minute ago via Echofon Favorite Retweet Reply

We respect all parties involved & were gonna do WHATEVER to keep the song as is because @lilKim the bizness on the record...less than a minute ago via Echofon Favorite Retweet Reply

I am as thorough as they come and I LOVE @LilKim bottom line is Ms Wallace has the final say and she said No. If we put it out we get SUEDless than a minute ago via Echofon Favorite Retweet Reply

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42 Comments

  • Yup

    Voletta Wallace just wanted to remind her that they're from New Jack City: "This ain't business bitch, this is PERSONAL!!" Uno

  • matt

    Miss Wallace at the end of the day has complete control over the estate of Biggie..I mean who else is suppose to control it? Diddy???That does not mean I agree with her..Lil Kim is as much part of Biggie then anyone else at Bad Boy..I also have to say Miss Wallace you are a 70 year old woman, grow up and stop the vindictive snippets at Lil Kim...This is about Monica not you

  • Mira

    That hoe look like Snooki #thatisall

  • Bossman

    ms. wallace just needs to give herself a break and give kim some credit. we need kim back on the scene for real. G-UNIT !!!

  • South_Africa

    when hip hop moms get involved, it makes hip hop look bad...Ms Wallace needs to sit her ass down...if Biggie was alive, he would still calloborate with Lil Kim.... Monica must just produce a hit without sampling...have we run out of fresh new ideas?

    • purp

      its not the sample (the beat)... its lil kim lyrics that she is protesting.. which is dumb as fuck cause officer ricky quotes biggie as well in the song!... so this is nothing more than an emotional/vendetta decision on ms. wallace part. that song climb the charts with lil kim and rick ross on it and it wasnt even the official release... honestly ms. wallace needs to just step back.. and stay outta da music business.

  • greenNYC

    Mrs. Wallace needs to sit her ass down. Lil kim gave these ppl permission to use her name in her sons movie and they go and portray her as a hoe. I would of bashed her in the media to. Gtfooh.

    • Dave

      Whoops the first line meant to say Biggie was down with Lil' Kim. He made songs with her while he was alive, so there's no mature reason for his mom's decision.

    • Dave

      Whatever, Biggie was down with Faith I hate how people wanna act like certain artists weren't down with others that they don't like after they're dead. Like how everyone tries to say that Pac and Suge were secret enemies. Faith is just as much as of a ho as Kim is, she just hides it better. It annoys me how she's portrayed as the 'good' one.

    • Anonymous

      Ms. Wallace portrayed Kim as a dumb bitch in the film. Kim was never consulted. Ms. Wallace don't love that hoe and she don't have to be friend Biggie's ex sluts.

  • the prez

    **Sips tea slowly**... Are you done ranting now? Put the gun back in your purse and back away slowly. Take a deep breath and say this with me "WOOSAH" LOL

  • Anonymous

    who cares somebody put lil kim in the hip hop nursing home shes done for

  • Stacy

    Wow. So the fuck what? Is this what's interesting amongst blacks these days? Who gets to be on songs? And you all wonder why you're never taken seriously. Irrelevant "news" that's why

    • Eric

      "educated on the business end of music" ??? lol that's the shit she's talking about lol. Get a REAL education nigga lmao

    • khordkutta

      Its a music website, so yes it would interest us. WTF are talkin about stacey, You came off real Sambo, not Tommish, but yes Sambo. Its not irrelevant, because people are being educated about the business end of music.

    • London

      lmmfbao!!! Stacy READ dat ass wit the quickness!! *Dead*

    • presi

      "And you all wonder why you're never taken seriously" -Stacy So by that claim is it valid to suggest (being that youre black), you wonder if others do not take you serious? Maybe deep down inside you question yourself as well..

    • Stacy

      BTW, hip hop is a music genre... not "black culture". ANYONE can come to appreciate hip hop, it's not just for black folk.

    • Stacy

      I'm black and?.. What peaked my interest was some of these replies and how you can have a temper tantrum because your fav little rapper isn't featured on a damn song and call someone's mother foul and a "bitch" because she handles her business the way she chooses. If black youth spent the same amount of time being productive rather than keep up with a celeb (someone you don't know and probably doesn't give a damn about you outside of putting money in their pockets) we'd be a lot better off. You have an issue?

    • the prez

      wow, you must have actually spent the time to log on this site, read the article and write a response... Apparently black culture must have peaked your interest. BTW, what ethnicity are you?

  • Anonymous

    Flat our wrong on Ms. Wallace part!!!! Petty ass move!! They need to kick Rick Ross off the song!!!

  • What??

    WTF does she have to do with this song? Did Biggie produce the beat? Im sure he didn't. How does she have rights to who gets on it?

    • Duh?

      The song is a Biggie sample... His mom own's the rights to all things Biggie related... If you want to release and sell a song that samples Biggie, you're required to go through his mama... That's how it works...

  • Trippledoubles

    Fuck all parties involved. Tired of these warmed over renditions of another nikka. Fuck all of em'.

  • Mill

    Man who cares? If Voletta don't want to do the deal if Kim is involved that's her business... I mean, damn... folks act like the sky gone fall cause Kim got pulled from a track. Yea well, that's life... get over it. Hop on a different track, and stop playin cry-baby...

  • Dave

    Biggie's mom was such a bitch that the motherfucker was talking about killing himself he was so sick of hearing her complaining. He said that in an interview, how 'when your moms in yappin' you feel like you'd rather just be dead. None of these women can keep a man around and they wonder why. It all gets blamed on the men.

  • Anonymous

    shut the fuck up bitch nigger get the facts first before you come out your face whore ass nigger

  • Mu

    With all due respect to Biggie's mom, she needs to fall the fuck back. She needs to realize that it's not about her or her son. It's about Monica and her song. If the song is a hit, the Biggie Estate benefits. Sorry if this sounds sexist, but this is why some women don't need to be managing shit... letting their emotions get in the way of good business decisions, smh.

    • spin1200s

      Read through that thread again - it's split 50-50 (no pun intended). Few, if any, questioned the business sense of his decision. Most against it argued on compassionate grounds. All I'm saying is you can't chalk it up to femininity if 50 does the same thing.

    • Anonymous

      yo spin no one has been supportive of what 50's doing to buck so dont act like you come on here and see a bunch of comments like 'yeeaaahhhh! get em 50! show that nigga not to fuck with a real gangsta! ggggg-unit!"

    • spin1200s

      Folks think good business sense is turning a profit no matter what. Some things just aren't for sale. It's a female being emotional when it's Voletta Wallace keeping Lil Kim from getting money but it's righteous retaliation when 50 squashes Buck under his thumb? And don't tell me she needs the money; Voletta Wallace is good: she's worth $40 million.

    • Anonymous

      i agree with the last remark in that comment. Theres a difference btwn business decisions and emotional decisions, and for whatever reason alot of women cant decipher between the two in alot of circumstances..smh

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