Remy Ma Releases New Nicki Minaj Diss Track

03-06-2017
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Nicki Minaj

(Radio.com) Remy Ma's "Shether" has been described as "the most disrespectful diss track ever" and now she's back with another one to get under Nicki Minaj's skin, helpfully titled "Another One."

The newly revealed track is filled with material presumably left off "Shether" and calls Minaj a fraud, a clown, a bozo and references the long-simmering feud with Lil Kim.

"I came here in the 'Rari playin' Lil' Kim/ Don't know what made you think that you could f with Rem/ But I guess this is what I gotta do to make ya spit," Ma raps, taunting Nicki into a reaction. Throughout "Another One," Ma references photos and videos that could humiliate the "Anaconda" rapper. So far, Nicki seems intent on taking the high road. Read more here.

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