It’s safe to say Remy Ma’s no chill meter is all the way up!
Remy Ma — whose real name is Reminisce Mackie — released a scathing diss record targeting fellow female emcee Nicki Minaj titled “ShETHER,” where she mentioned everything from Minaj’s former relationship with rapper Meek Mill, using a ghostwriter, and her brother Jelani Maraj’s alleged child molestation case.
“I saw Meek at All-Star,” she said. “He told me your [expletive] dropped / He couldn’t [expletive] you for three months because your [expletive] dropped / Now, I don’t think you understand how bad her [expletive] got / The implants that she had put in her [expletive] popped.”
“To be the queen of rap you gotta actually rap / The whole industry know that for you, it’s a wrap / No, to be queen of rap, you can’t have a ghostwriter / That’s why, this is my house, Flo Rida /[expletive] done seen Drake pennin’, Wayne pennin’ / And since your first boyfriend left, [expletive] ain’t winnin’ / You an internet troll, I’m sorry / You can’t get her online without Safaree.”
The nearly 7-minute track was released on Feb. 25 — less than 48 hours after Minaj released a new song entitled “Make Love,” which appeared to subliminally attack Remy Ma.
To be the queen of rap you gotta actually rap
Following the release of “ShETHER,” Minaj took to Instagram to respond to the Bronx rapper’s personal attacks.
In a series of posts, Minaj ridiculed Remy Ma and Fat Joe’s “Plato O Plomo” poor album sales (which she later deleted) and uploaded a clip of Beyonce referring to Minaj as the rap queen.
The timing of the feud seems odd, considering a week ago Remy Ma said there were no issues between the two artists.
“She never did anything to me. There’s no reason for me to sub[liminally diss] her. I think that’s corny,” she said during an interview with Hot97 on Feb. 17. “Do that to me…I’m going to smack your head off. That’s how I’m going to feel. Girl never did nothing (sic) to me.
She added, “Number two: history, this is known people, check my history. Any person that I ever had a problem with or felt any type of way about – I’ll have no problem saying your name. I don’t want you sitting there wondering if I’m talking about you. I’m going to say your name, your government name, I’m going to talk about your kids, your dog, your grandma. That’s what I’m going to do. Look into it! I don’t care! I don’t want somebody else to think that I’m talking about them. It’s not going to be sub[liminal]. It’s going to be a direct hit!”
Listen to the “ShETHER” in its entirety below.