Nicki Minaj Claps Back at Remy Ma’s Diss Track With Three of Her Own

Drake and Lil Wayne pitch in to keep the feud alive

While the whole world was anxiously awaiting Nicki Minaj‘s response to Remy Ma’s “Shether” diss track, which dropped Feb. 25, the “Pinkprint” artist was minding her own business, seemingly unbothered at Paris Fashion Week.

That is until she released not one, but three diss tracks of her own on Thursday that clapped back at Ma, with help of Drake and Lil Wayne, who both feature on “No Frauds.”

In it, Minaj wraps:

“What type of bum b—h shoot a friend over a rap?/ What type of mother leave her one son over a stack?/ Lil’ boogie down basic b—h thinkin’ she back/ Back to back? Oh, you mean back to whack/ Back to back? Me and Drizzy laughed at that/ They say numbers don’t matter, but when they discussing the kings/ They turn around and say LeBron ain’t got six rings.”

On top of “No Frauds,” the Trinidadian rapper also fired back at Ma with “Changed It” (also featuring Lil Wayne) and “Regret in Your Tears.”

The Ma/Minaj feud dates back to 2007, when Minaj called out Ma on the track “Dirty Money,” rapping: “Tell that b—h with the crown to run it like Chris Brown.” On Feb. 25, Ma released “Shether,” in which she accused Minaj of everything from plastic surgery to infidelity.

Now, some people may feel like Minaj should’ve just stepped away from this beef, especially seeing as how long it took her to clap back — but that’s the beauty in it. The 34-year-old rapper wasn’t on anyone’s time but her own.

Others felt like even though Minaj came back with three responses, they were all weak in comparison to Ma’s “Shether.”

Minaj explained the delay on Instagram.

“We don’t do diss records, we drop hit records & diss u ON them,” she wrote. “Queens don’t move on peasant time. Queens shut down Paris, then drop hits on #QueenTime.”

The three tracks are available to stream on Spotify (click on song title to listen): “No Frauds,” “Regret In Your Tears” and “Changed It.”