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Lil' Kim Versus the Manor: Twitter, Facebook, and Legal Drama Follow Saturday Night Show

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"The Manor's Owners and Staff would like to thank our customers and supporters for joining us to celebrate our fifth anniversary last night. Unfortunately due to acts beyond our control the 'Meet & Greet' never happened. Due to upcoming litigation, per our attorneys, we are unable to get into further details about last nights events. The contract is posted for our customers to come to their own conclusions. Everyone who purchased tickets for the 'Meet & Greet' has been FULLY Refunded for their troubles. Thank you for your loyal support."

If only Kim would have shown up on time and done everything she said she would do beforehand (according to the contract, at least), the show might have gone differently. But to be honest, it was exactly what we expected. It wouldn't be Lil' Kim if there weren't any diva moments.

Before the show, we asked Kim's assistant, Noel, what is was like working with Kim in 1999 versus now, and his answer was pretty ironic. "Kim loves change, and she can still freak it like it was 1996 or do the shmoney dance on [their] asses," he said. "She is just the ultimate truth."

The ultimate truth. Coming to a club near you. Maybe.

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