Lil’ Kim abruptly canceled all of her upcoming interviews — including appearances on “Today,” “Access Hollywood” and “Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen” on Thursday — but media insiders said it was the outlets that pulled out due to restrictions the rapper’s team put on the talks.
Lil’ Kim is currently promoting a VH1 show, “Girls Cruise,” with Chilli of the group TLC and Mya.
“I had a bunch of press set up . . . it’s not going to be happening,” Kim snapped in a video online.
She alleged she’d been disrespected.
“One of the reasons it’s not happening is because two of the major outlets wanted to be messy and my publicist and my manager made the executive decision to shut it down,” she said. “At this point, it’s about me. I’m that bitch . . . I refuse to f - - king keep doing all these interviews . . . if motherf - - kers are not going to respect who I am.”
Cohen commented to us, “I love Lil’ Kim and can’t wait for her to return to the Clubhouse.”
But another media source said that the outlets canceled on Kim, because: “They set restrictions and parameters on the interview, and no respectable outlet will agree . . . It was a pretty ridiculous list.”
Wendy Williams also addressed the controversy on her show.