Mariah Carey stopped by Andy Cohen's Watch What Happens Live while promoting her later studio album, Caution. When asked whether she would like to collaborate with Cardi B, Carey responded with enthusiasm and looped the legendary Lil' Kim into the scenario.
Lil’ Kim is one of hip-hop’s all-time biggest selling female artists. However, over the last decade she has racked up millions of dollars in back taxes and various debt. Just days before a bank foreclosed on her 6,000-square-foot gated mansion last month, the platinum-selling rapper filed for bankruptcy protection.