Lil' Kim cut off Nicki Minaj's head on her new mixtape, "Black Friday" -- literally.
In the artwork for one of the 35-year-old rapper's first major releases since her 2005 album "The Naked Truth" -- released the first day of her year-long prison sentence for perjury -- she poses in a black bustier holding a sword and surrounded by blood.
In direct reference to Nicki Minaj's debut album, Lil' Kim appears to have decapitated the 26-year-old "Fly" singer's doll alter ego from the cover of "Pink Friday," which was released in November and landed at the number one spot on the Billboard last week.
"Bwaahhhhahhahahahahahahahahhahahhhaaahhhhhaaahahahahahahahhhaha!!!!!!!!!! *lifeless* *leaves on stretcher* *cant go on*," Minaj tweeted after seeing the mixtape, which was released on Valentine's Day.
This is not the mixtape's only stab at Minaj. On the title track, Lil' Kim accuses Minaj of being on her "14th minute of fame" and adopting her persona, rapping, "You a Lil' Kim wannabe/You just hate to admit it."
"Black Friday" also includes a song titled "Pissin' on Em," written to the tune of Minaj's hit, "Did It On Em."
The Brooklyn rapper has had a bone to pick with Minaj since before she released "Pink Friday," she told Hot 97's radio station in December. Lil' Kim said that she recorded "Everywhere We Go" with a pre-fame Minaj at the singer's request, but that the song was pulled from iTunes after execs at Cash Money didn't think it was performing well.
Lil' Kim said that Cash Money then dropped her.
"They kind of used me to stamp it, because they knew that they were gonna kinda steal my swag," she told the New York radio station. "If you are going to steal my swag, you gonna have to pay. Something gotta give. You help me, I help you. That's how it goes to me."
She claimed that Minaj then started throwing "subliminal shots" at her in her music, including the song "Roman's Revenge," which is widely believed to be about Lil' Kim.
In November, Minaj's rival went off on her while performing a show in Queens, NY.
"I will erase this b---h's social security number, first of all I don't even need a record right now and I’d kill that b---h with my old s---," Lil' Kim told the crowd. "My records ain't just enter the charts, they made history."
"Black Friday" costs $9.99 and, according to Lil' Kim, over 100 thousand copies have been sold in just over one day.
"Thanks to you guys!!" she tweeted on Tuesday. "#lilkimblackfridaymixtape sold 113,000 copies in 28 hours which made me the #1 seller on paypal ever =) !!! THANK U! RT.”
Lil' Kim plans to release her as-yet-untitled fifth studio album later this year, which she is working on with producer Dr. Dre and 50 Cent.