Rapper and “Love and Hip Hop: New York” star Remy Ma is less than three weeks away from her parole sentencing coming to an end and can hardly contain herself so much that she remixed Lil Nas X‘s top charting single.
“Old Town Road” recently made its way to the number one spot as one of the most successful collaborations of all time, and several artists are hopping on the track with their very own spin including Remy. She labeled her remix to X’s song “Off Parole” to mark her date as a free woman who will finally be finished with her parole sentence in less than 13 days. She’s been on parole for five years due to a 2007 shooting case.
“Yeah, I just cannot wait to get off parole / I’m gonna ride on you fake a– hoes,” Ma rapped before seemingly taking a few shots at others. “Turn you to a corpse when I let it off / Always been a boss b–ch / Not a chick that you should cross.”
“B–ch I’m not a rapper / Always been a clapper / F–ked her whole career up / You can go and ask her / Stay in my jacuzzi / Finger on a Uzi / Why you tryna sue me / B–ch you lookin’ goofy,” she added.
Remy’s remix was clearly all in the name of fun. She displayed it via Instagram with an Animoji-emoji cowgirl clip with the caption, “@lilnasx I’m just having fun with this😈,” Remy wrote in the caption. “#13moredays #RemyMa.”
Her post received over a 1 million views and 13,000 comments.
“❤️ your version you killed it 🤣 I can understand the excitement! U almost free.”
“Yessssss I Need This 💯🔥 @remyma I Love You hell that was better than the original #canwaittogetoffparole.”
“Yesssss!!! Get tf off parole 😂 WHILE YOU PLAYING! That’s 🔥🔥 This is so Dope.”
“🔥 you be making da bronx look so good @remyma hang in there! You’re almost there!! Yea👏🏽💙.”
In 2014, the “Conceited” rapper was released from prison after serving six years behind bars in connection to a shooting. Her parole sentence is slated to end on August 1.
As for her physical assault case filed by Taylor, Remy maintains her innocence. She was accused of sucker punching the “LHHNY” co-star in the eye during the Pretty Lou Benefit Concert at Irving Plaza in April. If a court find she did indeed assault Taylor and was in violation of her parole, she could be facing additional time behind bars.