Tupac did it. Beanie Sigel did it. Shyne did it. And, LilKim is doing it.
Despite a conviction on perjury charges, Lil Kim has starting to record songs, apparently bracing for a stay in prison. "She is actively in the studio recording," publicist Ronn Torossian told the New York Post.
Torossian said that Kim would also continue to market her clothing line and her jewelry/watch line.
Last Thursday, the Brooklyn-bred rapper was convicted on three counts of perjury and one of conspiracy, which amounts to a possible 20 year in jail. Legal experts have speculated that Kim will receive anywhere from 3-7 years as a first time felony offender.
The Grammy Award winner will be sentenced on June 24.
Kim was accused of lying to a federal grand jury about her knowledge of a 2001 shooting at Hot 97 radio station.