Lil Kim Reportedly Asks Judge To Dismiss Her Bankruptcy Connected To NJ Mansion

The "Go Awff" rhymer was said to be around $3.4 million in debt at one point.

(AllHipHop News) It appears Brooklyn rap legend Lil Kim is now doing better financially. According to The Blast, the Queen Bee is asking a federal judge to dismiss her bankruptcy.

The website reports:

Lil Kim filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy back in May 2018. She says the purpose was to save her New Jersey mansion from being foreclosed on. Once she filed for bankruptcy, it put a pause on all legal actions over the home. The rapper says since she filed for bankruptcy, and had time to obtain a lawyer, she has been able to get a loan modification for her home.

Over the last several months, Kim has released songs such as "Nasty One" and "Go Awff." She planned to drop her fifth studio album, 9, on May 17. However, the project was pushed back because of apparent issues with the eOne label and Spotify.