Eve said it never really rose to the level of beef, but she definitely noticed that Kim wasn’t feeling her. However, she added that the pair have chopped it up since, and everything is good between the two legendary lady rappers.
“I don’t think she hated me. I think I was so overexcited to see her,” she said. “One day, we sat across from each other, and we bonded over our dogs, we bonded over other things, and I love Kim so much now.”
Even though Eve admitted that everything was kosher, Kim still felt the need to address being aired out. “Why do you girls always do this to me? Trying to make me out to be the bad guy?” Kim posted on Twitter. “I don’t remember it that way at all @TheRealEve is my girl that’s my baby y’all. We are not fighting. We are real friends.”
Fittingly, Kim offered to settle things for real over a ladies night. “We can have this debate and still cuddle on the couch and watch a movie 2gether,” she said.
This was around the same time that Azealia Banks walked back her long-standing beef with Kim.
Back in 2012, Banks penned a verse for Kim on a song that they were meant to collaborate on. When Kim fired back at the assumption that she wouldn’t write her own raps, Banks went public with the story.
“Everyone knows Lil’ Kim doesn’t write her own raps and I saw this as a faster more efficient way of getting the track done,” she said. “She then had her assistant write me some long ass offensive email about how Lil’ Kim writes her own raps and doesn’t need anyone’s help.”
Fast forward to November 2017, Banks clarified that rhetoric in a comment on Instagram.