Lil Kim is being sued for "diva-like behavior" which her former business manager says caused him millions and millions of dollars in endorsement deals.
In other words ... not a Lil amount of money. Sorry.
Andrew Ro says his company, International Rock Star Corp, signed a licensing deal with Kim in August 2012 and planned to roll out serious products.
A perfume line, clothing line, vodka drink, energy drink, Steve Madden shoe line, a honey maker (really), you name it. But Kim basically torpedoed the deal.
According to Ro, Lil Kim is a menace who refused to come to meetings unless she was being paid extra, making it hard to get this all off the ground.
Moreover, when a project was finally executed - specifically her perfume - Kim refused to promote anything and even stopped taking their calls.
Kim then fired off cease and desist letter regarding future projects, and then filed a lawsuit claiming that the IRS tricked her into a bad licensing deal.
As a result, Ro has now fired back with his own lawsuit, claiming Lil Kim's to blame and her antics cost his company at least $15 million. Stay tuned.