Nicki Minaj is committed to the long game in her feud with Remy Ma. Late last night, Nicki released three songs in response to her enemy and wrote a screed on Instagram explaining her approach. After Remy surprised us in late February with her caustic diss record “ShETHER,” Nicki waited and watched as Remy…
On today’s Wendy, Remy Ma discussed her ongoing feud with fellow rapper Nicki Minaj, because what else is there to talk about? You mean to tell me there is something going on in the world besides Remy’s orchestrated attacks on Nicki Minaj’s career and image? You could have fooled me.
Remy Ma is not finished with Nicki Minaj just yet, if this new diss track, “Another One” is any indication.
Nicki Minaj and Remy Ma used to be music-industry friends, but now they are sworn enemies. Over the weekend, Remy Ma released her excellent diss record, “ShETHER,” a song that combines simple facts (“You wore a pink diamond chicken wing chain,” she raps, citing one of Nicki’s red carpet looks) with dozens of…
Nicki Minaj finally took the good advice that she should dump Meek Mill. She is now posting pics with her very dear friend Drake again, from whom she was cruelly separated by his long and ridiculous beef with her former boyfriend. In this, at least, all is as it should be.
Azealia Banks and Sarah Palin, two of America’s most confused citizens, have finally found each other on social media—and friends, it is a thing to behold.
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After days of anticipation, Nicki Minaj’s boyfriend Meek Mill finally released his Drake diss song, “Wanna Know,” on Thursday night. He could’ve used several more days to tinker with it.
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