Nicki Minaj had a number of things to say to Remy Ma's diss tracks "Shelter" and "Another One". First of all, she responded with three tracks of her own creation.
Nicki Minaj collaborated with Young Money members Lil Wayne and Drake for a number called "No Frauds". The Murda Beatz-produced song immediately punches back at Remy Ma: "Tried to drop 'Another One,' you was itchin' to scrap/ You exposed your ghostwriter, now you wish you were scrapped," she raps, according to Fact.
Her song titled "Changed It" shot a few lunges at Ma. Lil Wayne joined Nicki Minaj for it. "Regret in Your Tears" displayed a very personal face of Minaj. It held a "downtempo track" searching and exploring the rapper's recent split with Meek Mil.
Even as the conflict between Remy Ma and Nicki Minaj went on bubbling for years, it was on February 25 that Remy Ma's "Shelter" was released. It was an update of Nas's Jay-Z diss 'Ether' that aimed at Nicki Minaj. One more diss track called 'Another One' was piled up just a few days later. Remy Ma slammed Nicki Minaj with just about everything, right from plastic surgery to infidelity.
However, a few days ago, Remy Ma had mentioned that she was "not particularly proud" of the entire issue, according to E News. She said that she does not "condone or recommend" tearing another female. She said it isn't something she does. Working together with others is so much better and more helpful, she feels. It builds up both sides.
Though she feels "happy" to see anyone who rose up and became successful after coming up from the bottom and reaching the top, she also added that she could not brook anyone who does something that she doesn't like. She said: "However, in the event that you piss me off and we become archenemies, run for cover." Stay tuned for more news and update about Nicki Minaj.
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