Lil’ Kim confirms upcoming biopic at Biggie’s 50th birthday party
50th birthday bash for the late Biggie Smalls Friday, the Queen Bee exclusively revealed to The Post that her life story will soon be told on the silver screen for music lovers around the world. Beaming in fitted emerald-green couture, Kim, 47, confirmed her forthcoming biographical flick on the red carpet of the fete, which she hosted at Guastavino’s on 59th Street in honor of Biggie, nèe Christopher Wallace — who was gunned down during a drive-by shooting in Los Angeles on March 9, 1997, at age 24. He would have been 50 on May 21. “Absolutely,” said Kim when asked by The Post if fans could expect a film detailing her transformation from a coy Macy’s clerk to renowned Grammy-winning virtuoso. Minutes prior to spilling her biopic tea, the Brooklyn native, alongside some of Biggie’s closest friends and family members, was busy taking in the sights at the Empire State Building, where the fallen rap star will be memorialized with a special tribute Saturday. And while speaking to The Post, Kim noted that the film will closely trail the release of her upcoming memoir, which is scheduled to hit shelves later this year. In the book, Kim will unveil the intimate details of her undying love for Biggie, with whom, despite his being married to singer Faith Evans, 48, at the time of his death, she shared a passionate relationship. “Oh my God,” said Kim of her forthcoming tell-all.