Remy Ma releases ruthless clap back at Nicki Minaj

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This week, rapper Nicki Minaj released a verse on Gucci Mane’s track Make Love that fans felt was a dig at Love & Hip Hop star Remy Ma.

Previously, Minaj had asserted in interviews that she didn’t have a problem with the rapper and that any speculations about a brooding ‘beef’ were over-exaggerated.

Yet it’s clear she had a change of heart, because she writes,

“B***h I’m the greatest, no Kendrick and no Sia. I’m the iPhone, you the Nokia / Everybody know you jealous, b***h, it’s so clear / Tell them bum a** b*****s to play their role.”

Then she throws a dig at Remy’s sales by reminding her, “You see, silly rabbit, to be the queen of rap / You gotta sell records, you gotta get plaques.”

— Remy Ma reveals she suffered heartbreaking miscarriage — 

Fans all across social media had strong reactions to Minaj’s thinly veiled attack, most notably Kendrick Lamar, who tweeted, “I love it Nicki Minaj,” after the song was released.

When it comes to hip-hop, a well-aimed jab will usually warrant a response from your opponent. But even with that being said — no one was ready for the ruthless, gloves off response Remy Ma released Saturday afternoon.

In the track named Shether (a nod to Nas’ legendary diss track Ether), nothing is off limits including Minaj’s brother and the child rape charges currently filed against him. The All the Way Up rapper even does some math of her own; pointing out that since she owns all her music, while Nicki only makes about thirty five cents on the dollar — she’s actually the one laughing all the way to the bank.

Both Meek Mill and Drake could learn a thing or two from both these ladies.

Listen for yourself below.

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