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Is Lil Kim Not A “Real Queen of Hip Hop”?

Have you ever wondered about the years and influence of women in the Hip Hop game? Well wonder no further, thanks to a new special on ABC, be prepare to be taken back to the queens of the game.

More about Real Queens of Hip Hop: The Women Who Changed The Game

There have already been conversations on social media including presume written by journalists and fans in past years associated with the emerging wave of female rappers and their influence on the heavy-packed music game.

From past classics to today’s musicians, ABC News will delve into the history of women who’ve greatly shaken the game, while also examining the step-up of women in hip-hop movements.

The latest episode of Real Queens of Hip Hop: The Women Who Changed The Game will make its debut next Monday! Of course with the participation of a few of our favorite celebrities. Cheryl “Salt” James of Salt-N-Pepa has been chosen to narrate the film special, which will feature a plethora of female moguls in the big chair.

The central topic of the special will be on these influential women going deep into their stories of how they became who they are today. Topics such as what it was like in their youngin days decades ago as well as the hardships they encountered as women going into the rap industry.

Where’s Lil Kim?

“What have women in hip hop given to the culture? Everything,” ABC News tweeted. “From @mclyte, @DaRealMonieLove ,@IAMQUEENLATIFAH, & @MissyElliott to @MsLaurynHill, @TheRealEve, @citygirls, @sosobrat, @iamcardib, @NICKIMINAJ, @theestallion. Watch #RealQueensofHipHop, Monday 10/9c on @ABC and @Hulu.

MC Lyte, Monie Love, Queen Latifah, Missy Elliott, Lauryn Hill, Eve, City Girls, Da Brat, Cardi B, Nicki Minaj, and Megan Thee Stallion are among those mentioned in the tweet announcement. Roxanne Shanté and MC ShaRock are also expected to feature in the special, however, Hip Hop fans were quick to ask why Lil Kim was not included in the bunch.

What did Twitter have to say?

These were the responses concerning the special and Lil Kim not being a part of the roaster.

“We Love @MissyElliott @sosobrat @TheRealEve @IAMQUEENLATIFAH @TRINArockstarr and @iamcardib but where is@LilKim…I mean we are speaking of Queens Correct?” One Twitter user wrote.

“Was @LilKim not available for an interview? This just feels wrong to me… foxy as well I mean… when we speak on influence and impact this is a convo that needs to include them without a doubt,” another user reposted.

“How do you leave out Lil Kim when talking about the real queens of hip hop?…”

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