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[UPDATED] Remy Ma - "shETHER" (Nicki Minaj Diss)


After Nicki Minaj throws subliminal shots at Remy Ma on the recently released tracks "Swalla" (Jason Derulo) and Make Love (Gucci Mane), Remy responds with a diss track of her own on her YouTube and Soundcloud account.


Remy goes for blood on "shETHER" calling Minaj a "disloyal hoochie", having "untreated gonorrhoea" and many more. She also drops Young Money/Cash Money artists names into the song.. Drake, Gucci Mane, Lil Wayne and Meek Mill.

"I saw Meek at All-Star, he told me your ass dropped. He couldnt fuck you for three months, because your ass dropped. Now I don't think you know how bad her ass got. The implants that she had put in her ass popped." as Remy raps.

Since the track was released over one hour ago Minaj has responded via her Instagram with a screenshot of Remy and Fat Joe's recent first week sales of their new album ''Plato O Plomo'' released last Friday with the caption "Yikes." 



She also posted an acapella video of Beyoncé singing about Nicki "I met this girl named Nicki, I guess she could say she was the rap queen. I met her in the studio lovely but her booty look good good in the magazines. She said baby would you jump on this song of mine how could I resist when I heard little Nicki rhyme." Minaj has since removed the screen shot of Remy and Fat Joe's first week sales.

To listen to the seven-minute track, click on the video below.


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