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Nicki Minaj Plays to Her Marketing Strengths Against Remy Ma

11 March 2017

Just last week, Charlamagne revealed that Nicki had texted him following Remy's diss, calling him phony for picking sides. "No Frauds" features Drake - for that added street cred, presumably - and Lil Wayne.

"Tried to drop Another One, you was itchin' to scrap / You exposed your ghostwriter / Now you wish it was scrapped". "I woulda helped you out that pit you fell in/felon" is pretty good, I guess; "I am DeGeneres/the generous queen/ Just ask Ellen" is... less so. / Lil Boogie down basic bitch thinkin' she back / Back to back, oh you mean, back to wack?

American rapper, Remy Ma has in an extensive interview granted during a Facebook Live interview for Buzzfeed's "Another Round" live podcast, opened up on her rap feud with female MC, Nicki Minaj.

And Nicki Minaj topped off a busy few days in the French capital by hitting one of the final events of the season, V Magazine's star-studded dinner on Tuesday. Remy responded by releasing shETHER in which she accused Nicki of sleeping her way to the top and having butt implants, followed by a second track titled Another One.

But to neglect acknowledgment of a woman's "magic", as Minaj described in her Instagram post, isn't just hurtful, it's also an attempt to weaken a woman, to mistreat her, and to get away with it.

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Though there's a melancholic edge to the song's melody, ultimately "Regret In Your Tears" finds Minaj rising above and conquering those feelings with self-belief, confidence, and strength.

However, for the most part, folks weren't feeling what's been deemed a pretty lackluster response, particularly in comparison to Remy's scathing diss "ShETHER".

The "Anaconda" rapper defended her almost two-weeks-late response by referring to the rappers who came before her.

This one is a real life rendition of Remy Ma's managers dragging her out of the studio (kind of). Anybody that knows me knows that I embrace females... Tell us whose side you're on: Remy Ma and Meek Mill's, or Nicki Minaj's! I always want to do some girl-oriented thing. I got a bunch more on cock.

Nicki Minaj Plays to Her Marketing Strengths Against Remy Ma