The Kim/Nicki feud continues! Last night on Watch What Happens, Willie Geist asked Lil' Kim what she thinks about Nicki Minaj. Kim's first answer: "Who?" Then Andy Cohen asked, "How do you feel about her song 'Stupid Hoe'?" Kim: "If you have to make a song called 'Stupid Hoe,' you must be a stupid ho." Laughter. Applause. And sadness: There are so few women in hip-hop. Maybe it's foolish or naively idealistic, but if these ladies would quit being threatened by each other and develop a sense of sisterhood, it might turn into something amazing. The guys band together in packs, crews and mobs, while the ladies only team up if it's obvious they're in different genres (i.e., Madonna's single with Nicki and M.I.A.) Is "Stupid Hoe" a terrible song? Yes. But Nicki is capable of speaking quite eloquently. Imagine if her bold, chart-topping persona (so attractive to young girls) could be channeled positively, and guided by an experienced lady who's been where she's going, and has earned wisdom and understanding of what it means to be a woman in the business? Eh, a girl can dream.
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