Kim and Tracey Edmonds of Edmonds Entertainment are teaming to produce a reality
show focusing on Kim’s final days of freedom as she prepares to go to prison
for a year.
“Lil’ Kim Goes to the Big House” is being
executive produced by Edmonds Entertainment, Kim’s manager Hillary Westin,
Michael McQuarn and attorney L. Londell McMillan.
The show will feature Kim co-hosting a party with Marc Jacobs
during New York Fashion Week, remodeling her house and hyping her new album,
Naked Truth, which arrives in stores September 27.
Camera crews have 24-hour-a-day access to Lil’ Kim and
she will be filmed until September 19, when she starts her prison term of 366
Lil’ Kim was sentenced to prison after a jury convicted
her of lying over 20 times about her knowledge of a 2001 broad daylight shootout
in New York.
The shootout between Kim’s entourage and associates of
Capone-N-Noreaga stemmed from a simmering feud between Lil’ Kim and Foxy
Brown ridiculed Lil’ Kim on Capone-N-Noreaga’s song
Two men associated with Lil' Kim were also sentenced to prison
terms for their roles in the shooting.
hits stores September 27 on Queen Bee/Atlantic Records.
Edmonds Entertainment was founded by Tracey Edmonds and her husband, Kenneth
The company produced
BET's reality show "College Hill" and the film "Soul Food"
on both the big screen and cable television.