Nicki Minaj finally responded to Remy Ma on Thursday. She dropped a track called “No Frauds” featuring Drake and Lil Wayne, and the majority of Nicki’s verse was dedicated to dissing Remy.
This track was a response to Remy’s aggressive 7-minute track, “shETHER,” which was followed by a second (less successful) diss track, “Another One.” The two have had a long-standing beef that's lasted over a decade.
A number of well-known famous female artists took to social media Friday to show support for Minaj. The Queens rapper shouted out her support from Selena Gomez, Jhene Aiko, Tinashe, and Ariana Grande; it was essentially Minaj saying, "Look at everyone who's on my side, Remy."
😩🙌🏽 #SelenaGomez #JheneAiko #Tinashe #ArianaGrande ~ what's funny about this, is that all 4 of them look so sweet & innocent to me but they're all low key savages I guess 🤷🏽♀️ Lol. Didn't expect this but love u girls so much for reppin. Pretty Girls Let Your Light Shine BRIGHT 🦄 #BadBtchsLinkUp #TheyDontWantNoFrauds 👑🔪
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Minaj released two other tracks on Thursday, “Changed It” and “Regret in Your Tears.” She called the tracks a #3PackFromPARIS on Instagram, but “No Frauds” is the one that got everyone talking.
In releasing the tracks, Minaj issued a challenge to Remy: "U got 72 hours to drop a hit and I'll give u half a million dollars if u can book ANY show or interview w/o mentioning the Queen name," she wrote on Instagram.