March 10, 2017


Nicki Minaj Responds to Remy Ma on Weak 'No Frauds' Diss, Reunites With Drake & Lil Wayne: Listen

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Nicki Minaj has finally released her response diss to Remy Ma—"No Frauds"—after two weeks. The track finds her reunites with Young Money buddies Drake and Lil Wayne, using them as backup as she attempts to drag Remy with a few elementary-level lines. Stream it below:

Minaj spits,

"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"

She continues to bring up Jay Z not clearing a verse for Remy Ma (Minaj still doesn't have a Hov feature of her own). She also gets a confidence boost from Drake and Weezy who mumble about how fine she is like they do in almost every guest verse. But the biggest irony of it all is having Drake, one of rap's biggest frauds, on a track called "No Frauds."

Oh, in case it wasn't easy enough to decipher the double meanings in Minaj's verses, she kindly broke them down for you with a lyric video. The rapper also challenged Remy to respond quickly, despite the lengthy amount of time Minaj took to draft her own diss. "Now I got a countdown of my own for Shenehneh," she wrote on Instagram. "U got 72 hours to drop a hit and I'll give you half a million dollars if u can book ANY show or interview w/o mentioning the Queen name."

Along with "No Frauds," Minaj also released two other new songs: "Regret in Your Tears" and "Changed It." The former is a more personal tune that addresses her breakup with Meek Mill, while the latter is another boastful diss that features Lil Wayne. The responses follows Remy's scorching "ShETHER" on Feb. 25 and the "Another One" followup on March 2.

Remy later went on the Another Round podcast earlier this week to further explain her Minaj diss:

“I actually liked her, but don’t try and come for me. It just bothers me that me picking apart another female is what went viral. We could’ve done this working together. ... I just think it would’ve been cooler if we came together and did something crazy and that’s what everyone was talking about. I don’t regret it, I’m just not particularly proud of it.”

Take a break from the beef with this Fat Joe and Remy Ma interview, where they discuss being independent business partners with Fuse: