Hip Hop Honey Lil' Kim, born Kimberly Jones, was convicted of three counts of perjury and one of conspiracy, but acquitted of obstruction of justice. She could get 20 years a maximum of five years for each count when she is sentenced on June 24 for lying to a federal grand jury about a shootout outside a radio station. The shootout occurred outside WQHT, known as Hot 97, when Lil' Kim's entourage crossed paths with a rival rap group, Capone-N-Noreaga. Lil' Kim and her assistant, who also was convicted, shook their heads as the verdicts were delivered, supporters broke out in sobs. While many rappers have gone to prison, Lil' Kim, 29, would be the first big-name female to do time reports AP.