Aren't you just loving the delightful little feud between Nicki Minaj and Remy Ma?
Of course you are. What's not to love?!
It started -- well, it started a while back, but this latest bit kicked into gear when Remy released "ShETHER," a seven minute long diss track all about Nicki.
Remy went after Nicki's alleged plastic surgery, her relationships, her talent (or lack thereof). She even mentioned her brother's child sexual abuse charges.
It was savage. And it was beautiful.
Remy explained in an interview with Wendy Williams that her issues with Nicki are about her "behind the scenes" behavior.
Basically, she claimed that Nicki had been trying to sabotage her career by trying to block her from red carpets and award shows, and by convincing others to give her music bad reviews.
For Remy, Nicki's been trying to mess with her career, which means messing with her income, which means messing with her ability to provide for her family.
And that's not OK.
So Remy destroyed Nicki, then Nicki waited a couple of weeks to release a lame song of her on -- "No Faults," with Drake and Lil Wayne.
Though Nicki had some harsh words for Remy -- "Heard your p-ssy on yuck, I guess you needed a pap," she rapped at one point -- the general consensus is that Remy came out on top.
And it seems like Remy feels the same way.
According to a source who spoke with Hollywood Life, "Remy's laughing at Nicki's so-called response to 'ShETHER. If that's the best Nicki can do, then Remy feels sorry for her."
Ouch, but also YES.
"The track and vocals were weak AF and didn't even come scratching Remy's face, let alone kill her like 'ShETHER' did," the source continued.
"Remy thinks Nicki should hop back in the studio and try to come harder."
As for Nicki's claims that Remy's nothing without her, that she wouldn't be seeing any success or attention without bringing Nicki's name into it, the source says this:
"Remy's said it before and she'll say it again, she don't care about the numbers or high something charts in mainstream. Her loyalties are to the game and the streets, and both of them don't respect Nicki."
Brutal ... and true.
So now we just have to wait a month or two for Nicki to formulate her next "too little, too late" response.
We look forward to it!