Nicki Minaj Finally Responds to Remy Ma… But Is The Song Trash?

Published On March 10, 2017 | By patrice | Black Music, The latest posts

After dropping three new singles just last night, fans of Nicki Minaj are happy that she has officially responded to her Remy Ma beef with the song “No Frauds” co-starring her Young Money team, Drake and Lil’ Wayne.

Fans have been waiting for almost two weeks.

“Diss records can’t be lies. Great diss records are FACTS,” read a screenshot Minaj posted on Instagram. “But here @ Young Money, we don’t do diss records, we drop HIT RECORDS & diss u ON them.” She also noted that she had more tracks in the stash: “I got a bunch more on cock. Pauz. The greats took 3 months to respond to diss records. Queens don’t move on peasant time.”

Minaj also took it upon herself to offer Remy $500,000 if she was able to accomplish two things:

  1. Drop a hit record within the next 72 hours
  2. Book a show and interview without referencing her “ShEther” track or who it was about.

“Now I got a countdown of my own for Shenehneh. U got 72 hours to drop a hit and I’ll give you half a million dollars if u can book ANY show or interview w/o mentioning the Queen name.”

On the ‘No Frauds’ track, the Queens native refutes Remy’s claims that she’d signed a 360 deal through Republic Records, Cash Money and Young Money and even makes mention of Remy’s rapper husband, Papoose, as well as her son.

Flipping to another topic, which is her upcoming fourth album, Minaj promises that the anticipated project is “nothing but waves.”

In a separate post to her Instagram account, she’d offered up what some called an “empowering message” to her fans about their relativity in support of her next release, the heartbreak song “Regret In Your Tears.”

“When a man loses us, he loses so much more,” she typed. “Love YOURSELF! You’re worth being treated like the QUEEN u are. Never forget that. They gotta APPRECIATE your magic. Or get the steppin.”

So, what are your thoughts on this news? The track has already been removed from YouTube. Why do you think that is?

Comment below!



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