By Jazz Monroe.
Nicki Minaj has doubled down on her Remy Ma response track “No Frauds” with an explanatory Instagram post, along with an offer of “half a million dollars if [Ma] can book ANY show or interview w/o mentioning the Queen name.” Nicki, whose Remy diss was one of three new tracks she released last night, also challenged her to record a “hit” in the next 72 hours. “Here @ Young Money, we don’t do diss records, we drop HIT RECORDS & diss u ON them,” Nicki wrote. Scroll down to hear “No Frauds.”
The track comes two weeks after Ma’s original Nicki diss “Shether,” which she followed with “Another One.” Nicki explains her briefly delayed response: “The greats took 3 months to respond to diss records. Queens don’t move on peasant time. Queens shut down Paris, then drop hits on #QueenTime.”
Nicki’s provocations came in the caption under a graphic reading, “Leave her 1 son/Under a stack”—a lyric from “No Frauds.” She then screenshotted part of the caption as its own post. See her recent Instagram posts below.
Here’s Nicki’s full Remy diss verse:
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! Ask Ms. Ellen
Tried to drop “Another One,” you was itchin’ to scrap
You exposed your ghostwriter, now you wish it was scrapped
Heard your pussy on “Yuck,” I guess you needed a Pap
What type of bum bitch shoot a friend over a rack?
What type of mother leave her one son over a stack?
Lil Boogie down basic bitch thinkin’ she back
Back to back, oh you mean, back to wack?
“Back to Back”? Me and Drizzy laughed at that
They say numbers don’t matter but when they discussin’ the kings
They turn around and say Lebron ain’t got 6 rings
I never signed a 360, bitch you wild dumb
That’s why Jay ain’t clear his verse for your album
Sheneneh, you a fraud committin’ perjury
I got before and after pictures of your surgery
Rah took you to her doc, but you don’t look like Rah
Left the operating table, still look like, “nah”
This story originally appeared on Pitchfork.
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