Lil Kim Big Ole Brown Nipple Slip


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Lil' Kim always has a nipple slip or an upskirt, I almost think that she doesn’t really care. This chick should not call herself Lil' Kim but rather "Big Ole Brown" telling from the pics below. Them big ole bitties in those lil butt flimsy shirts popping out, what else do you expect? Here we have Lil' Kim a.k.a. Kimberly Jones as she shows off an eyeful of her huge brown areola while entertaining a crowd of fans. Its just another Wardrobe Malfunction "Nipple Slip" in front of a huge audience while on stage, LilKim has never been known for her modesty. Her bag of silicon popped out as she performed with Wyclef at Hot 97’s “On Da Reggae Tip.” Play the video then wait 22 seconds into the video and click on pictures to enlarge.




Here is a older shot of Lil' Kim Nipple Slipping Again While Flashing the Upskirt!



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Kimberly Denise Jones (born July 11, 1975 in Brooklyn, New York, United States), better known by her stage name Lil' Kim, is an American multi-platinum rapper and singer. Her 2005 album, The Naked Truth, was awarded the 5 mics award from The Source magazine. She is the only female rapper so far to have achieved this distinction. In 2002, she won a Grammy Award for her role in "Lady Marmalade". GutterUncensored.com

At the age of 9, her parents separated, leaving her and her older brother Christopher at home with her father. While struggling through her personal life, Kim met Christopher "B.I.G." Wallace, who was a key figure in both her personal and artistic life, particularly when Wallace had gained popularity and influence through his relationship with Bad Boy Records.

In 1994, Wallace was instrumental in introducing and promoting the Brooklyn based group Junior M.A.F.I.A., which included Jones (aka "Big Momma" or "The Lieutenant") at the time. The group's first and only album was titled Conspiracy. The group released their first single, "Playas Anthem", which went on to top the rap charts. The album's second single, "I Need You Tonight" (featuring Aaliyah), was the only single released from the album that did not feature The Notorious B.I.G. The music video, directed by David Paolini, featured the members and Aaliyah holding a house party at Kim's house while she was away. The single reached #12 on the US Hot Rap Singles chart. The album's third single, "Get Money," was certified gold and made the top 20 on the Hot 100. The album debuted at No. 8 on the Billboard 200. GutterUncensored.com

In 2001, Lil' Kim teamed up with Christina Aguilera, Pink, and Mýa to remake "Lady Marmalade", which was originally written about a bordello in New Orleans and performed by the group Labelle (which included diva Patti LaBelle) 25 years earlier. The song was recorded for the Moulin Rouge! film soundtrack, released in April 2001, and stayed #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for five weeks. The song also went to #1 in 50 countries around the world. This was a big accomplishment for female rap, as well as for Kim, who scored her first #1 Hot 100 hit and became the first female rapper in history to hit #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts. Lady Marmalade also garnered Kim her first Grammy Award.

In 2003, Lil' Kim recorded a new entrance theme for then World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Women's Champion Trish Stratus entitled, "Time to Rock 'n Roll", which was used during broadcasts, until Stratus' retirement. The single was released on WWE Anthology, a compilation of entrance theme music to various Professional Wrestling superstars.

On March 4, 2003, Kim released her third critically acclaimed album, La Bella Mafia. Highly rated (4.5 mics) by music magazine The Source, La Bella Mafia spawned the hit "The Jump Off" featuring Mr. Cheeks, which climbed to number 16 on the Billboard Hot 100. The single "Magic Stick", feat. 50 Cent, hit #2 on the Hot 100 without a video ever being shot.

La Bella Mafia debuted at #5 on the Billboard 200. Kim was nominated for five Source Awards and won two ("Female Hip-Hop Artist of the Year", and "Female Single of the Year"). This album also got two Grammy Award nominations: Best Female Rap Solo Performance ("Came Back For You") and Best Rap Collaboration ("Magic Stick"). She was also nominated for Best Pop Collaboration with singer Christina Aguilera for the song "Can't Hold Us Down", from Aguilera's album Stripped.

Lil' Kim also made an appearance on the multi-platform videogame Def Jam: Fight for NY. Kim provided voice-overs for her part in the storyline, where the player may fight an opponent to have Lil' Kim as his girlfriend. Kim requested to have orange hair, blue colored contacts and a navel ring. Her fighting style is martial art and her finishing move is the "Queen Bee Sting." GutterUncensored.com


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