LIL' KIM, six weeks into her yearlong sentence for lying to a grand jury, is reportedly writing and rapping in her Philadelphia prison cell.
A recently released inmate told the New York Post that the teeny star spends lots of time alone in her cell (she doesn't have a roomie yet) writing songs she hopes to release when she is sprung.
"She's always happy, and she's always singing," another inmate said.
That may be because she has one of the cushiest jobs in the federal facility - dusting and mopping the building's administrative offices. Most of the other 130-odd female prisoners work in the kitchen, clean toilets, or do laundry.