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Vogue’s editor-at-large Andre Leon Talley called her the Black Madonna.
“You’d think it would get easier with time,” she said.
“But it doesn’t.”, wasn’t released until 2000 — nearly four years after her debut.
She came from a broken home, and as a teenager had endured a violent relationship with her father.
As a result she ran away and fell into an outwardly glamorous, but dangerous and exploitative world of pimps and drug dealers.
His death hit her hard: she believed he was the only man who had ever loved her for who she was.
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She struggled to move on, revealing to Newsweek three years after Wallace’s death that she still kept some of his ashes in an urn at her home in New Jersey.
She had jobs working in department stores (following in the footsteps of her mom, who worked at Macy’s), and ran errands for drug dealers.
She has said that she did “whatever it took” to make ends meet during this period.
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.