Remy Ma has finally shed light on why she decided to diss Nicki Minaj with the scathing song, “ShETHER.” During an appearance on “Wendy,” Remy Ma spoke about the diss record and said the beef goes beyond songs.
Remy Ma and Nicki Minaj both threw subliminal shots at each other over the years. But things got heated after Nicki Minaj aimed lyrics at Remy Ma on “Make Love.” “I’m the iPhone, you the Nokia/Everybody know you jealous, b— it’s so clear…..Oooohhh, oh you the qu-e-e-the queen of this here?/One platinum plaque, album flopped, bitch, where?”
Of course, Remy Ma responded with the lethal “ShETHER” which featured lines such as “And I saw Meek at All-Star, he told me your ass dropped, He couldn’t f— 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.”
“ShETHER,” inspired by Nas’ 2001 Jay Z diss record “Ether,” proved to be one of the best rap diss songs of all-time. Remy Ma dropped a second diss record, “Another One,” but it lacked the fury of “ShETHER.”
Dressed in all-black as if she was at Nicki Minaj’s funeral, Remy Ma told Wendy Williams that Nicki Minaj started the beef by doing subtle things to put an hinderance on her career.
“When you’re trying to stop my bag, trying to stop me from taking care of my children, I have a problem with that,” Remy Ma said. “What bothered me was the behind the scenes thing. You’re so up and on top of everybody, why are you worried about me?”
Nicki Minaj has yet to respond to Remy Ma. Although it’s probably in her best interest to remain silent, Nicki Minaj is catching flack for her passive decision. She was recently given “Donkey of the Day” by the “The Breakfast Club.”