While celebrating her 35th birthday in West Hollywood on Sunday, Lil' Kim offered up some words of advice for troubled celeb Lindsay Lohan, who was recently sentenced to three consecutive 30-day terms for breaking probation on two 2007 DUI convictions.
"Lindsay, she's my friend, and I will be there for her and I will help her," the Queen Bee said. "Actually, I'm supposed to see her tonight. I love you Linds! But I know one thing, I'm gonna help her, because she's probably in disbelief right now, and anyone would be! When I got the verdict back for my situation I was in disbelief, but one thing that I always know is that God oversees, he's the biggest judge, and he will make sure she's alright, and I will make sure she's alright, and she will be fine."
Kim, who served a year for conspiracy and perjury after refusing to cooperate with the law over a 2001 shooting, also took time to criticize the justice system for being too harsh on celebrities like Lohan and herself.
"There's a lot of bigger fish to be fried when it comes to the justice system," Kim lamented. "I don't want her to do that time, and I don't feel like she deserves that time ... If you're not killing someone or doing something really drastic, really, to me, no one deserves to be judged. I think a lot of celebrities who have received prison time, I think the judges have been pretty harsh. I feel like my time was harsh. I mean, we as celebrities we do a lot of good, but that doesn't get looked upon."
Finally, she urged Lohan to do some serious self-evaluation while serving her time.
"One thing I want her to do after she comes out of there is to evaluate everything in her life, 'cause there's a purpose, there is a purpose for this happening, and once she realizes the purpose, she will be an even better person, trust me, than before she went in here."
Watch the interview here. Lindsay Lohan is currently seeking to appeal her decision.