It looks as if Lil Kim was busier that a queen bee in a beehive. According to Vibe Vixen, the rapstress has found a new recording home with Universal Music Group, the same home as her nemesis Nicki Minaj. Dun-dun-dun-duuuun!

Since leaving Atlantic Records in 2008 after releasing four albums, Kimmy has been pursued by several different record labels, including Cash Money, G-Unit and Roc Nation, with UMG ultimately winning her over with a sweet deal.

There hasn't been an official announcement from Universal Music Group, but Kim's name is on the roster among a long list of distinguished superstars on the label, including Minaj.

Now we have a few questions: Can Lil Kim still sell records like her fellow multi-platinum artists on the roster? Will Kim and Nicki Minaj end their ongoing feud since they are label mates or will we see more back-stabbing and hair-pulling like those girls on VH1's 'Basketball Wives'?

As far as music, Lil Kim is currently making noise with her 16-bar 'Extended Remix' of Monica's latest single, 'Anything (To Find You).' We totally love the remix and Kimmy hasn't lost one lyrical step.

We wish Lil Kim the best at Universal Music Group and we hope for the sake of hip-hop, that her and Minaj patch things up as they are the only two female rappers on UMG. They could make a lot of money together rather than cat-fighting on Twitter. What do you says girls to a truce?

Watch the Lil Kim 'Crush On You' Video Feat. Lil Cease