Beef Alert! Remy Ma drops a savage 7-minute Nicki Minaj diss song

Posted on February 25 2017 , at 08:47 pm
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  • So far, 'Shether' has been streamed over 730,000 times on Soundcloud in just three hours.

Nicki Minaj and Remy Ma

Fat Joe’s artiste, Remy Ma has come out swinging in a new diss track targeting Nicki Minaj and with lyrics that include, ‘fuck Nicki Minaj,’ she’s definitely not hiding any feelings.

Internet speculation grew on Friday that Nicki had thrown shots at Remy in a recent feature on Gucci Mane’s ‘Make Love’ in which Nicki raps, ‘You see, silly rabbit, to be the queen of rap/You gotta sell records, you gotta get plaques.’

Apparently, Remy thought she was getting attacked too, thus the diss track dropping just 24 hours later.

Remy’s ‘Shether’ is a nearly seven-minute slaughter of Nicki, with cover art that features Minaj’s Pink Barbie persona cut into pieces.

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As for the lyrics, Remy went all the way up in: ‘You stole that line about bitches being your sons. How you take my ’09 jail tweet and run. Talkin’ ‘bout bringing knives to a fight with guns. When the only shot you ever took was in your buns.’

We thought Drake and Meek Mill was nasty? This is straight up savage!

So far, ‘Shether’ has been streamed over 730,000 times on Soundcloud in just three hours.

Nicki meanwhile has responded with a couple of Instagram posts:


First going after Joe Crack and Remy’s album numbers so far

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Then reminding Remy of who’s the queen of rap with a ‘freestyle’ by Beyonce

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The female rap scene has been lit up out of nothing and both rappers have got everyone waiting on who’s dropping what next.

For now, everyone is on this:

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