Love & Hip Hop star Remy Ma is taking a break in between filming the hit VH1 reality TV series to focus on her music career, and she’s already setting her sights on her next target. She posted a diss track against fellow hip-hop star Nicki Minaj — and the “Anaconda” singer clapped back!
Remy took to Instagram on Saturday afternoon to post a photo of the cover art for her new song “Shether,” featuring a barbie doll that looked like Nicki Minaj — pink wig and all — with its legs and arms torn off. For the nearly seven-minute-long song, Remy went in on Nicki, taking shot after shot — from accusing Nicki of getting butt shots to making fun of her failed relationship with Philadelphia-based rapper Meek Mill.
Nicki seemingly started the feud with her verse on Gucci Mane’s new song, “Make Love,” which was released yesterday — is what prompted Remy’s response.
But instead of responding to Remy’s new track with another track, Nicki posted a screenshot of an article that stated that “Plata or Plomo” — the follow-up track for Remy’s 2016 hit song “All the Way Up” featuring Fat Joe — only debuted at no. 44 on the charts, which was a disappointment.
“Yikes,” Nicki wrote in the caption, adding a face palm emoji.
Remy opened up about her feud with the "Bang Bang" rapper earlier this month during an interview with NYC-based hip-hop radio station Hot 97. She explained that — at the time — they weren’t feuding because Nicki had not done anything to her so she wouldn’t go after her for no reason. But then she foreshadowed her reaction to Nicki’s “Make Love” verse.
“This is known — check my history — any person I ever had a problem with or felt any type of way about, I would have no problem saying your name,” Remy said. “I don’t want you sitting there wondering if I’m talking about you. I’m going to say your name, your government name, I’m going to talk about your kids, your dog, your grandmother — this is what I’m gonna do. It’s not gonna be a sub, it’s gonna be a direct head shot.”
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