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Nicki Minaj, Remy Ma Rekindle Beef That Everyone Thought (and Hoped) Was Squashed

Just as the dust had settled on the Nicki Minaj and Remy Ma beef, it seems Nicki may not be through just yet. She resurrected the battle this week with a braggy Instagram video that some believed was aimed at Remy.

“Attention! This is how bad b—— leave London and go to Prague,” Minaj says in the viral video posted Wednesday, June 14, following Remy’s revelation in May that she put the beef to bed. “You b—— can’t even spell Prague!”

The rapper then struts away to a private jet with her ankle-length hair flowing behind her.

The rapper was mocked online for the clip.

Many fans took the video to be a diss toward Remy Ma, who released a video on Thursday, June 15, slamming Minaj for the “Anaconda” MC’s verse on 2 Chainz’s song “Realize.” On it, Minaj claimed Remy’s husband, Papoose, ghostwrote “Shether.”

“I’ve been winning eight years consistently, at least respect it/Papoose wrote a ‘Ether’ record, but I broke Aretha record,” Minaj rapped in the snippet, which leaked Thursday, June 8.

“You know what’s so crazy? N—-s [say] Pap is writing for me. First of all, my husband is dumb nice,” Remy says in her response. “N—-s ain’t never want to give him his props. Now, when n—-s get “Shethered,” now all of a sudden, he’s writing my rhymes? Who the f— was writing my rhymes before I met him? I met Pap after ‘Lean Back,’ after ‘Conceited,’ after the ‘Ante Up (Remix),’ after all my mixtapes. Who was writing my s— then?

Remy goes on to diss Minaj’s brother, Jelani Maraj, who was accused of raping a 15-year-old girl in 2015.

“And even if everything they said was right and exact in my case, b—-, I ain’t never touched nobody’s kids,” Remy adds. “I ain’t never fondled no f—–‘ minors.”

Remy also performed the Minaj diss track “Shether” at Hot 97 Summer Jam concert in New York Sunday, June 11. During the performance where a photo of Minaj was plastered on a screen behind Remy, she exclaimed, “F— Nicki Minaj!”

Remy explained the performance moments after it wrapped, saying, “It was kind of like putting flowers on the grave because the body was already gone.”

Remy further dug the knife into Minaj by saying that being the best in the business goes beyond having the best-selling albums and the biggest social media following.

“Being a queen is not just [saying,] ‘I sold the most records’ or ‘I have the most followers on Instagram,'” she says. “It’s about embracing other queens that came before you, embracing the ones there with you now and embracing the ones that are coming after you.”

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