Lil' Kim gets 'harassed' at an award ceremony by former friend following bankruptcy reports
The rapper who's millions deep in debt finds herself in another humiliating situation with videos showing a former friend's rude presence during an event that was supposed to honor her legacy.
Lil’ Kim’s luck seems to be waning out. Following recent revelations of her bankruptcy, she’s also had to endure an annoying friend’s presence during what was supposed to be a celebration of her legacy yesterday.
It was supposed to be her shining moment, but the rapper was distracted by her former friend Manio who interrupted the ceremony and repeatedly harassed her while receiving an honor from the city of New York.
Just when officials were about to hand her award, the Brooklyn rapper rushed to the stage and interrupted the moment delivering a speech that basically just repeated what’s been said about Kim by a previous speaker.
Appearing uncomfortable as her bodyguards rushed to her side, Kim was evidently unimpressed with the man who went on and on about her inappropriately.
To make matters worse, Manio stood by her side during photo ops and insisted on placing his hand on Kim’s shoulders despite her incessant efforts to remove them. Kim tried to keep her composure though it was evident in her face how frustrated she was with the man. He also whispered something in her ear that she didn’t seem to appreciate.
Awkward Moment between Lil Kim and Maino... https://t.co/BxoYA0PNyi— A$AP Stocky (@KingOfThe217) June 13, 2018
It’s unclear why Manio opted to be present at Kim’s honoring when it’s no secret he and the 42-year-old star still have unresolved issues. And if his presence was to prove that he really thought they were friends, it doesn’t explain why he rudely stole the moment from her.
This latest fiasco comes in the heels of another humiliating situation for Kim who was forced to file for bankruptcy recently. Documents obtained by The Blast revealed she was $4 million deep in debt forcing her to put her house up for auction to save herself. She’s set to appear in court next month to defend herself against a case the bank filed against her for delinquency in paying for her property’s mortgage.