Lil Kim Puts A Pricetag On Loyalty With New Book
According to Kim's spokesperson, Tracy Nguyen, the book is not an autobiography and a specific release date for the paperback has yet to be confirmed. No further details about the book were revealed at press time.
Since her release from a Philadelphia prison in September 2006, Kim has made a number of public appearances, including a tribute performance for MC Lyte at last Fall's "VH1 Hip Hop Honors."
The Brooklyn bred rapper is presently serving as a judge on the CW network's reality series, "Pussycat Dolls Present: The Search for the Next Doll." Kim will help the Pussycat Dolls pick a seventh member from a pack of nine contestants competing for the spot.