Remy Ma Responds to Nicki Minaj’s Silence Over “ShETHER” With Another Diss Track


After last week’s explosive Nicki Minaj diss track “ShETHER,” Remy Ma has, with no response yet from Minaj, taken said lack of response as an opportunity to release another diss track, using it as further ammunition. “Waited four days, ma, where you been?/ I came here in the ‘Rari playing Lil’ Kim/ Don’t know what made you think that you could fuck with Rem/ But I guess this is what I gotta do to make ya spit,” she raps in introduction to all of the other insults she’s readying to unleash (of course Lil’ Kim is quickly alluded to.). The song makes reference to Drake’s “Back to Back,” itself a diss track aimed at Minaj’s then-boyfriend Meek Mill. (The “waiting four days” bit seems a direct reference to Drake’s track, which itself came four days after his first Meek Mill diss, “Charged Up.”)

Remy Ma’s track, which debuted on Hot 97 last night, is titled “Another One,” and already has some very, er, un-symbolic art accompanying it:

(The “ShETHER” art was similarly lucid in its mode of Minaj-antagonism.)

Here’s the track:

And if you’re looking for a more historical glimpse into the long-standing feud between the rappers, Rolling Stone laid it out following “ShETHER.”