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She worked with Puff Daddy on the album after collaborating with him during her hiatus in an attempt to stay connected to Biggie’s legacy. 4 on the Billboard 200 chart, was certified platinum and generally well received by audiences and critics alike.
Guests included Grace Jones, Redman, Cee-Lo Green and Mary J. Lil' Kim’s celebrity status skyrocketed with her next project.
In March 2001, she joined forces with singers Christina Aguilera, Pink and Mya — with Missy Elliott and Rockwilder producing — to remake Patti Labelle's "Lady Marmalade" for the soundtrack.
Kim was devastated by Wallace’s death, but eventually continued to forge a successful career.
She has also hinted that she was sexually abused, though she has never named her abuser. Hale Vocational High School in Brooklyn, and later the Brooklyn College Academy — her future rival Foxy Brown was also a pupil, although Brown is a few years younger. released a series of singles and, in 1995, a debut album, .
By the time Kim met Christopher Wallace at the age of 17, she had dropped out of education completely. They met by chance on a street corner, and after Kim did an impromptu rap for Wallace “he was sold,” Kim told Newsweek in 2000. With the single "Player's Anthem," Lil' Kim was introduced to the world. — with added grunts and ferocity — while her image revolved around her sex appeal.
Linwood, a former military man, had reportedly become physically abusive towards his wife — Kim told the Washington Post in 2000 that she remembered her mom having black eyes, and that “my father told people she had fallen.” (Linwood has never responded publicly to Kim’s allegations.)Kim moved with her mother and brother to suburban New Rochelle, NY, where some of the girls in their new, all-white neighborhood teased Kim about her skin color.
But Ruby Mae struggled for money and, unable to support her family, eventually granted Linwood custody of their two children.