Lil ‘Kim amazes after Brooklyn Nets’ halftime performance … 20 YEARS after Lady Marmalade’s video

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Lil ‘Kim, 46, rocks a PVC miniskirt for Brooklyn Nets’ halftime gig … 20 YEARS after Lady Marmalade’s hit

Lil ‘Kim looked gorgeous in blue when she left Barclays Center in a black latex top and matching miniskirt after a halftime performance for the Brooklyn Nets on Sunday.

After taking to the stage with some of her classics like Ladies Night and Lighters Up alongside the Brooklynettes, the 46-year-old rapper emerged at a fast pace as she left with a bouquet of flowers.

She stayed safe in a blue, sequined face mask that was the same shade as her hair, nails, the sides of her knee socks, and buckles on her sleeves.

Bold look: Lil 'Kim looked stunning in blue as she left Barclays Center in a black latex top and matching miniskirt after a halftime performance for the Brooklyn Nets on Sunday

Bold look: Lil ‘Kim looked stunning in blue as she left Barclays Center in a black latex top and matching miniskirt after a halftime performance for the Brooklyn Nets on Sunday

Over the weekend, the star celebrated the 20th anniversary of her 2001 cover of Lady Marmalade with Christina Aguilera, Pink, Missy Elliott and Mýa.

Two decades ago, the women created a cabaret-style music video for the hit, earning them a Grammy for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals and two MTV Video Music Awards for Best Video of the Year and Best Video from a Movie.

‘Congratulations, Lady Marmalade ❤️❤️’ Aguilera wrote a photo of herself from the video on Instagram on Saturday.

Happy: After performing some of her classics like Ladies Night and Lighters Up alongside the Brooklynettes, the 46-year-old rapper appeared in high gears as she left with a bouquet of flowers in her right hand

Happy: After performing some of her classics like Ladies Night and Lighters Up alongside the Brooklynettes, the 46-year-old rapper appeared in high gears as she left with a bouquet of flowers in her right hand

Happy: After performing some of her classics like Ladies Night and Lighters Up alongside the Brooklynettes, the 46-year-old rapper appeared in high gears as she left with a bouquet of flowers in her right hand

Entering the stage: she remained safe in a blue sequined face mask, which was the same shade as her hair, nails, the sides of her knee socks and buckles on her sleeves

Entering the stage: she remained safe in a blue sequined face mask, which was the same shade as her hair, nails, the sides of her knee socks and buckles on her sleeves

Entering the stage: she remained safe in a blue sequined face mask, which was the same shade as her hair, nails, the sides of her knee socks and buckles on her sleeves

Speak against Cosmopolitan about the milestone anniversary, the 40-year-old singer-songwriter said: ‘I think we’ve all put something unique on the table. The message was great, because every woman wants to feel good about herself. Every woman wants to own their sexuality – whether you want to put on a corset or not. ‘

“ In the past, getting sexualized meant you would be labeled, and to own your sexuality meant you would be slut shame, ” Aguilera added. ‘As soon as I heard Missy and Rockwilder’s production, it was like,’ This is going to be something that feels so good and so good. ”

Mya also discussed the video with the outlet and how the experience was “very empowering as women usually compete against each other, especially in entertainment.”

Two decades ago: Over the weekend, the star celebrated the 20th anniversary of her cover of Lady Marmalade in 2001 with Christina Aguilera, Pink, Missy Elliott and Mýa

Two decades ago: Over the weekend, the star celebrated the 20th anniversary of her cover of Lady Marmalade in 2001 with Christina Aguilera, Pink, Missy Elliott and Mýa

Two decades ago: Over the weekend, the star celebrated the 20th anniversary of her cover of Lady Marmalade in 2001 with Christina Aguilera, Pink, Missy Elliott and Mýa

Throwback: Two decades ago, the women created a cabaret-style music video for the hit, earning them a Grammy for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals, as well as two MTV Video Music Awards for Best Video of the Year and Best Video from a Movie

Throwback: Two decades ago, the women created a cabaret-style music video for the hit, earning them a Grammy for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals, as well as two MTV Video Music Awards for Best Video of the Year and Best Video from a Movie

Throwback: Two decades ago, the women created a cabaret-style music video for the hit, earning them a Grammy for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals, as well as two MTV Video Music Awards for Best Video of the Year and Best Video from a Movie

“There was none, as far as I remember. It was really about getting together, being a woman, being a little over the top, expressing ourselves and radiating our bold approach to sexual beings, ” recalls the It’s All About Me singer, 41.

Patti LaBelle’s girl group Labelle originally recorded the song in 1974.

The remix was created to showcase each of the “ four bada ** chicks from the Moulin Rouge bringing their different skills and personas together in a true celebration of diversity, talent and feminine unity, ” said Elliott, who co -produced. ‘

Unforgettable: Speaking to Cosmopolitan about the milestone anniversary, the 40-year-old singer-songwriter said, `` I think we've all brought something unique to the table.  The message was great, because every woman wants to feel good about herself.  Every woman wants to own their sexuality - whether you want to put on a corset or not '

Unforgettable: Speaking to Cosmopolitan about the milestone anniversary, the 40-year-old singer-songwriter said, `` I think we've all brought something unique to the table.  The message was great, because every woman wants to feel good about herself.  Every woman wants to own their sexuality - whether you want to put on a corset or not '

Unforgettable: Speaking to Cosmopolitan about the milestone anniversary, the 40-year-old singer-songwriter said, “ I think we’ve all brought something unique to the table. The message was great, because every woman wants to feel good about herself. Every woman wants to own their sexuality – whether you want to put on a corset or not ‘

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