Rapper Lil' Kim
will tell all about her time behind bars in a new book.
The Lighters Up
star, real name Kimberly Jones, was jailed in 2005 after being found guilty of perjury for lying about her former-Junior M.A.F.I.A.
pals Suif 'Gutta' Jackson and her co-manager Damion 'D-Roc' Butler's involvement in a 2001 shooting in Manhattan, New York.
She walked free in September 2006 after serving 10 months of a 366-day sentence, and now she's hoping to give inspiration to others in prison in The Price of Loyalty
She tells OK! Magazine
, "It's about the time when I stayed in prison, the things I learned and went through. You don't think about things until it happens to you. The book is going to give people who have been in those situations a bright outlook on life."
The book will be released later this year.
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