PUT YOUR LIGHTERS UP
Lil’ Kim says she’ll be celebrating Independence Day early this year. The rapper, who was sentenced in September to a year and a day in prison for lying about a shootout outside a hip-hop radio station, is being released Monday, the day before July Fourth.
“I am thrilled to be coming home,” Lil’ Kim said Thursday in a statement issued by her publicist, Tracy Nguyen. “I thank all my fans for all their letters, as well as my family and friends for all their support throughout the past 10 months.”