Nicki Minaj fans the Remy Ma feud flames with 'No Frauds'

Posted March 11, 2017

Funkmaster Flex has been one of the leading voices calling out Nicki Minaj for not responding to Remy Ma's "ShETHER" diss track. The two male rappers are featured on "No Frauds", while just Wayne puts a verse on "Changed It" and Minaj stands by herself on "Regret In Your Tears". On the track she heats up the ongoing beef claiming that Ma shouldn't sound off until she is on the top of the game.

"You can't be Pablo if your work ain't sellin'/ What the fuck is this bitch inhalin'?/ I would've helped you out that pit you fell in/ I am the generous Queen!" And whether you're single, dating around, or in a long term relationship, it's a message that I think every woman can appreciate.

Well, now Minaj has fired back with a diss track of her own that's just as vicious. Forget it all. She has finally chose to hit back at her rival in one of her three newly released tracks entitled "No Frauds".

In 2010, Rolling Stone declared that Nicki Minaj was the queen of hip-hop.

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Minaj wrote Friday on Instagram that "diss records can't be lies". In the same post, she challenged Remy to drop a hit within 72 hours and to book a show and an interview without referencing her. Interestingly, Kim mentioned about not getting in a studio with Remy for a new diss track on Minaj anymore.

However, for the most part, folks weren't feeling what's been deemed a pretty lackluster response, particularly in comparison to Remy's scathing diss "ShETHER".

Forget what we said about Nicki Minaj staying silent on the REMY MA front.

Before being known for her "super bass", the 34-year-old (real name: Onika Maraj) was just an unknown female rapper from NYC. On Feb. 25, Ma released "Shether", in which she accused Minaj of everything from plastic surgery to infidelity. Anybody that knows me knows that I embrace females... "That's not what I want to do".