Nicki Minaj Cites Remy Ma “Ms. Martin” Bars In Instagram Story Post

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Nicki Minaj has shown some sort of love to Remy Ma in a recent Instagram post, now sparking conversation about a possible reconciliation. The two New York rappers have had their share of beef in the past, and could possibly be waving the white flag for new music.

As the Queen MC has been promoting her forthcoming fifth studio album Pink Friday 2, she took to her IG Story on Tuesday (Nov. 7) quoting a line from Remy in Big Pun’s 2000 song “Ms. Martin.” The track hails from Pun’s final album, Yeeeah Baby.

“Look over your shoulder, I’m in da Rover, it’s OVER b!ch,” Minaj wrote. “12.08.23,” she added, which is the new release date for PF2.

Fans immediately took to social media sharing shock, excitement and even disdain for a possible settlement between the two.

“WAIT NICKI WAS QUOTING REMY? THEY SQUASHED THEIR BEEF???” one fan wrote, as another said, “Honestly if Nicki and Remy did make amends i wouldn’t be mad bc they kept it in the music! Nicki even said that herself she ain’t go trynna fight Nicki and sh*t she did was rappers do, not sensitive a** ho*s who can dish but can’t take.”

On the flip side, a few die-hard Barbz felt differently.

“I am not happy with Nicki Minaj being cool with remy ma,” one fan wrote on X. “Hell no. Leave her in that pit she fell in.” One even went as far as to speculate that the “Shether” rapper might be a feature on Minaj’s upcoming LP.

“Nahhh no cap if Remy Ma is on Nicki Minaj album ima break my phone dawg,” they wrote.

Minaj and Remy’s beef became most evident in 2017, when the “Red Ruby Da Sleeze” rapper was featured on Gucci Mane’s “Make Love” and Jason DeRulo’s “Swalla.” Minaj allegedly took shots at the Bronx star who’s called herself “The Queen of Rap,” throughout her first studio album, There’s Something About Remy: Based on a True Story.

After perceiving many of Remy’s ongoing bars and freestyles to be digs at her growing artistry, Minaj then responded, “Oh you the queen, the queen of this here?/ One platinum plaque, album flopped, bi**h, where?/ Hahaha, ahhhhh, I took two bars off just to laugh/ You see, silly rabbit, to be the queen of rap/ You gotta sell records, you gotta get plaques/ S, plural like the S on my chest/ Now sit your dumba** down/ You got an F on your test.”

The taunting lyrics then prompted Remy to respond with the seven-minute diss, “ShETHER,” where she raps over Nas‘ infamous JAY-Z diss track, “Ether.”

“And to be the Queen of Rap, you gotta actually rap/ The whole industry know that your sh*t is a wrap/ No, to be the Queen of Rap, you can’t have a ghostwriter/ And that’s why this is my house; Flo Rida/ Ni**as done seen Drake pennin’, Wayne pennin’/ And since your first boyfriend left, bi**h ain’t winnin’,” Remy clapped back.

Additionally, in November 2017, the “Conceited” rapstress made a track with another one of Minaj’s opponents at the time, Lil Kim. The track, “Wake Me Up” had a few bars in it that many speculated were about Minaj.

To debunk those ideas, Remy then went to The Breakfast Club to deny that she was speaking ill of Minaj, and that she was over their past beef.

“You hear the record,” she told Charlamagne Tha God, DJ Envy and Angela Yee at the time. “I don’t understand how many times I have to tell people like… I have no problem calling people out by name. I don’t. I’m so over that. I’m past that.

She added, “I’m like in a good space, like I feel like everything that happened, everything happens for a reason. Right now, what I’m doing right now is what the record is. It’s just a dope record.”

As fans await Pink Friday 2 to drop on Minaj’s birthday (Dec. 8), the Queens rapper has teased a tracklist that will for sure “break the internet.”

“Yaaalllllllllll!!!!!!!!!!! Why this tracklist rlly finna break the inter- I Wowicfvzyrsuxitcyiycitxitxiggxkcigxckxkurstidyocohco,” she wrote. “LIKEEEEEEE AHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!”

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