Nicki Minaj Throws Shade At Remy Ma In New Song "No Frauds"
Ladies..Ladies..Ladies (phew) Can't we all just get along? Girl Power, no?!
Remy Ma made a diss track about Nicki Minaj titled 'shETHER' and Nicki did not respond, then Remy Ma came out with a second diss track called "Another One" which ended up being "wack" and "corny" according to the fans and internet trolls.
Remy did everything in her power to stay relevant in this situation, appearing on Wendy Williams doing a lot of promo appearances, while Nicki kept it cool and calm. At the Wendy show she made it very clear why she came out with the diss track. Stating Nicki started it first with behind the scenes that the public wouldn't know about for example, trying to keep Remy off of red carpets, making sure awards don't go to her and try to make people give bad reviews about her album sales. Once this started to happen Remy Ma felt it was necessary to come out with a 7 minute diss track. To hear the full interview, please watch below.
Until last night, March 9th Nicki Minaj, Drake and Lil Wayne dropped a New song called "No Frauds". Nicki also dropped two other songs titled "I Changed It" and Regret In Your Tears", where she still throws a few jabs at Remy and talks about her past relationships.
Let the drama begin!
In the new song "No Frauds" Nicki's whole verse was shade to Remy Ma, here are a few lines of what she had to say,
What type of bum b***h shoot a friend over a rap?
What type of mother leave her one son over a stack?
Lil Boogie down basic b***h thinkin’ she back
Back to back, oh you mean, back to wack?
“Back to Back”? Me and Drizzy laughed at that
They say numbers don’t matter
But when they discussin’ the kings
They turn around and say Lebron ain’t got 6 rings
To hear the full version of the song, head over to https://soundcloud.com/nickiminaj/no-frauds
When will this drama stop? Whatever happen to the good old days when all lady rappers would come together and make great music.
We need to see that happen between this two. Why can't there be two Queens of Rap?
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