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known professionally by her stage name Lil' Kim, is an American rapper, songwriter, record producer, model, and actress. (2000) and La Bella Mafia (2003), were also certified platinum, making her the only female rapper besides Missy Elliott and Nicki Minaj to have at least three platinum-certified studio albums. In addition, the remake won two MTV Video Music Awards including Video of the Year, and a Grammy Award for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals at the 44th Grammy Awards in 2002. The album debuted at number 11 on the Billboard 200, the highest debut for a female rap album at that time, A remix of the album's track "Not Tonight" saw Lil' Kim team up with Missy Elliott, Angie Martinez, Da Brat and Left Eye of TLC. Delores Tucker criticized the label "for producing this filth," referring to perceived graphic sexual content in Lil' Kim's lyrics, and labeling them "gangsta porno rap".
In 2004, Lil' Kim recorded a cover of "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'" which was used as the opening theme for Victoria Gotti's reality series Growing Up Gotti.The 718 in the title is the area code for Brooklyn, where Lil' Kim grew up. On March 17, 2005, Lil' Kim was convicted of three counts of conspiracy and one count of perjury for lying to a Federal grand jury about her and her friends' involvement in a 2001 shooting outside the Hot 97 studios in Manhattan. Butler and Jackson have since pleaded guilty to gun charges. The length of the sentence was said to have been influenced by his previous gun-related convictions.During the trial of her co-manager, Damion "D-Roc" Butler, and her bodyguard, Suif "Gutta" Jackson, a former member of the hip-hop group Junior M. In July 2005, Lil' Kim was sentenced to a one-year and a day in prison, thirty days home detention upon release from custody, and three years of probation.Aside from music, Lil' Kim is also known for her risk-taking and luxurious approach to fashion that inspired many artists; she has been cited as a fashion icon. Since her school work wasn't being completed, the decision was made for her to transfer to Brooklyn College Academy to finish her remaining year and half of school. 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 La Belle) 25 years earlier. film soundtrack, released in April 2001, and stayed number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for five weeks. A., Lil' Kim began a solo career by making guest performances on R&B albums and recording her debut album, Hard Core, which was released in November 1996.