Lil’ Cease Claims He nor Junior M.A.F.I.A. Snitched On Lil’ Kim


Lil’ Cease claims he never said anything during her perjury trial that led to her incarceration.


HipHopDx, reports Back in 2005, Lil’ Cease took the stand and testified against Lil’ Kim in her perjury trial that eventually led to her spending a year and a day in prison.


But he maintains that he never snitched on his former ally.
During an interview with, Cease-A-Leo said that he never said anything that led to her guilty verdict and that he was a victim of media manipulation.


“The way the media made it, they made it seem like it was something more than what it was. It wasn’t that much of a thing. Just the fact that I was on that stand, it made it look funny. It’s public records, it’s paperwork. I can’t hide my government name. I put out albums before.”

He said that he couldn’t have said anything that would have put her behind bars. The Notorious B.I.G. protege continued by explaining that perjury was her own undoing and that he would still like to reconnect with her on the basis that they have history (“I love you like a bag of weed,” he said).

“She wasn’t in a situation for me to say something that would send her away. Maybe the people around her made it look that way or she felt that way because of the situation she was in, but I just felt like it was a situation where she could have done things to change things and she didn’t. But it was nothing that nobody said on my end, as far as anybody. Not just me, but anybody from the M.A.F.I.A. Nobody said nothing that sent her away. I think no matter how her situation would have went down, she would have still went away for the things she lied about. There’s nothing that we discriminated on.”

Lil’ Cease said that he never said anything during her perjury trial that led to her incarceration.

Just so yall know … Crush on You” is a single by Lil’ Kim from her debut album and features fellow Junior M.A.F.I.A. members Lil’ Cease & The Notorious B.I.G.. It landed at number twenty-three in the UK Singles Chart and number sixteen on the Billboard Hot 100. The original album version had Lil’ Cease rapping alone, while the single version featured him with Lil’ Kim. Aaliyah and Sheek Louch of The LOX are featured in the music video. The song contains a sample of Jeff Lorber Fusion’s “Rain Dance” from their 1979 album Water Signs.


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