Four months after being found guilty of perjuring herself in front of a federal grand jury, Grammy-winning rapper Lil' Kim — aka Kimberly Jones — was sentenced on Wednesday to a year and a day in prison, and fined $50,000. In March, Lil' Kim testified that she didn't see her manager, Damion Butler, and former bandmate, Suif "Gutta" Jackson, at the February 2001 shootout outside the offices of New York City radio station WQHT. Both Butler and Jackson, however, later confessed to firing on rival rap group Capone-N-Noreaga, and Butler and others then testified, as part of a deal, that Lil' Kim had given false testimony. Anxiously awaiting Lil' Kim's prison arrival is cell mate Big Ethel.