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Recording artist Nicki Minaj's collaboration with rival Lil Kim is "next to impossible," a report claims. Getty Images/Frazer Harrison

Nicki Minaj will not collaborate with Lil' Kim despite Meek Mill’s request, Urban Islandz reported. The “Anaconda” singer’s decision has reportedly given rise to speculation that she still wants to continue her beef with Kim.

“Nicki has put that chapter behind her,” a source told Urban Islandz. “You're talking about working with someone who has bashed you for years all because of jealousy. So the likelihood of a Nicki Minaj and Lil' Kim collaboration is next to impossible, it will never happen.”

Minaj and Kim have been beefing for years with the latter accusing Mill’s girlfriend of copying her style. The two have been also feuding over the title of the queen of rap, slamming each other on different occasions.

Recently, Mill begged Minaj to collaborate with Kim for a new song, saying that the two women “own rap.”

Mill told Minaj “if she got together with Kim in the studio and came up with a collab, they’d own rap!,” a source told Hollywood Life. “He reminded Nicki that they’re in business for money, not for feuds! Nicki loves her dollars more than her A-1 steak sauce,” the source said, adding: “And she’s thinking really hard as to whether she can stomach working with Kim.”

Minaj and Kim’s feud that started in 2010 heated up during this year’s BET Awards, when the 32-year-old Trinidadian-born rapper dissed Kim while accepting the Coca-Cola Viewer’s Choice Award.

“Don’t give up on yourself no matter what,” Nicki reportedly retorted in her speech. “This is for everyone in this room. I want to tell you to please make it your business to follow your dreams because one day you will look around and your dream will be gone and you will be mad at somebody. But be mad at your g—d---self.”