Three weeks later Nicki Minaj decides to drop a semi-diss track towards Remy Ma.
She took to Instagram to get a few words off her chest as well saying,
"Here @ young money we don't do diss records, we drop HIT RECORDS & diss you ON them.
Queens don't move on peasant time. Queens shut down Paris, then drop hits on #Queentime."
The "diss" track, No Fraud, features Drake and Lil' Wayne. Aiming bars at Remy Ma:
"You can't beat Pablo, if your work ain't selling/ What the f**k is this b**ch inhaling?/ I would of helped you out that pit you fell in/ I am the generous queen, just as Ellen/ Tried to drop another one, you was itching to scrap/ You exposed your ghostwriter and now you wish it was scrapped/ Heard you p**sy on yuck, I guess you needed a PAP/ What type of bum b**ch shoot a friend over a rack?/ What type of mother leaves her one son over a stack?"
But she didn't stop there, releasing 2 more songs: Changed It feat Lil Wayne and Regret in Your Tears, a song that could be about Meek based off a caption Nicki put with the artwork on Instagram. (read below)
But now the question is, do we even still care? The hype is now down (number 1). Number 2, this is still RAP Nicki, we know you can drop hit songs but we want to hear a real diss track. She is still on this "numbers over everything" mindset & we are over that. We need old, hood rat Nicki back, the one that didn't mind getting dirty. These days all Nicki cares about is making money and making numbers, nothing wrong with that. Make your money boo. But for the culture (as we love to say), it is needed. Real Rap!
I do like the songs, but... I barely reacted at the "diss". Nicki is just doing what she knows how these days, being an ARTIST and not a RAPPER... I guess I'll say, good to have you back Nicki