Rapper Lil' Kim first bought her Alpine, New Jersey mansion back in 2002 and now the home is going on the auction block — with bids starting at $100. 

According to CNBC, the 43-year-old performer’s property was first entered into foreclosure in 2010 by HSBC Bank. This prompted a series events including the bank and Lil' Kim mediating over the foreclosure in 2015, and just last May, a Bergen County judge ruled that the Queen Bee was in default.

Lil' Kim — born Kimberly Jones — initially paid $2.3 million for the 1989 mansion and it is currently estimated to be worth a comparable $3 million. The home will be up for auction on May 11.