Nicki Minaj released new music late Thursday evening, and some of her lyrics are clapping back at Remy Ma. In February, Ma released a seven-minute-long diss track at Minaj’s expense, and people have been eagerly awaiting for Minaj’s response. Not only did Minaj respond with the new tracks, she also challenged Ma on social media to drop a hit record in 72 hours.
The new Minaj songs are “No Frauds,” “Regret In Your Tears” and “Changed It.”
For “No Frauds,” she recruited her Big 3 partners Drake and Lil Wayne, and she responds to Ma’s follow-up single, “Another One.”
Nicki Minaj raps:
You can’t be Pablo if your work ain’t sellin’
What the fuck is this bitch inhalin’?
Tried to drop ‘Another One,’ you was itchin’ to scrap
You exposed your ghostwriter
Now you wish it was scrapped
Along with the new track, Minaj took challenged Ma to release a hit record in less than 72 hours. If she does, she will give her half a million dollars.
Minaj writes on Instagram:
Minaj’s feud with Ma reached a boiling point last month when Ma released “Shether,” a seven-minute-long diss track in which she accused Minaj of everything from plastic surgery to infidelity.
Remy Ma raps:
Let’s be honest, you stole that line ’bout bitches being your sons
How you take my ’09 jail tweet and run?
Talking ’bout bringing knives to a fight with guns
When the only shot you ever took was in your buns
And I saw Meek at All-Star, he told me your ass dropped
He couldn’t fuck you for three months because your ass dropped
Now I don’t think y’all understand how bad her ass got
The implants that she had put in her ass popped
Ma recently said in an interview she was “not particularly proud” of slamming Minaj in “Shether.”
Remy Ma told Buzzfeed:
I do not condone or recommend the tearing down of another female. That’s not what I do. Anybody that knows me knows that I embrace females. I always want to do some girl-oriented thing. I think we work so much better when we work together and when we help each other. I just don’t, especially when I know someone who’s come from somewhere like I’ve come from, when you come from the bottom and you’ve actually managed to make something of yourself, it just makes me happy. It just makes me all mushy inside. However, in the event that you piss me off and we become archenemies, run for cover.
We think Ma was trying to stir up some contraversy to get her name in headlines after her new album with Fat Joe dropped. Women trying to bring down other women in a male-dominated industry (or any industry for that matter) is not acceptable. At the end of the day, Minaj seems to be just fine.
This past week, the rapper matched soul legend Aretha Franklin when it comes to female artists that have placed the greatest number of tracks on the ranking, but the two women were never going to be tied for long. Minaj hits the Hot 100 with a new song frequently, and it was only a matter of time before she passed the beloved singer, though it is surprising to see her take the title this quickly.