A few weeks shy of her release, we spoke to Remy over the phone from the Bedford Hills Correctional Facility for Women in New York.
She recalled her life-changing first encounter with Big Pun and explained how six years in prison has changed her perspective.
Hot 97’s Ebro Darden was also named in the diss track as someone who Nicki cheated with and also declined having relations with rapper but admits to one time grabbing on her thigh.
The Game, in usual fashion, inserted himself into the beef by vehemently caping for Nicki Minaj in an Instagram post calling out Meek Mill for liking a disrespectful meme against the woman who stood by him when he was catching L’s left and right in his own lyrical beef with her label mate Drake.
The longtime pals blow the roof off the party, performing alongside one another on a raised platform in the packed nightclub.
The "Booty" singer also gets cozy with Khloe Kardashian's ex, French Montana, who she flirtatiously stares at while playing with her long brunette tresses.
She says,"I just recently spoke to him and we had a wonderful conversation. We're both like, 'Just say what you want to say.' We were both holding on to our egos. ' When you put egos and pride aside, and be the real people that you are it works out…
I told him that when I do go home I'm going to make it my business that we talk more."While she's been receiving offers for a reality show, music remains her passion and priority.
He is also the member of musical groups Terror Squad and D.
REMY MA: One day in high school, this Def Jam truck came around. The side of the bus unfolded into a stage, and kids were battling.
People was like, “Oh, Rem, you gotta go spit.” I was the only girl, so they were going crazy. Also, we ‘bout to do a video shoot with Jennifer Lopez.” So I braid his hair, and we go to this shoot, and I’m like, “Wow, this is Big Pun, that’s Fat Joe, there’s Jennifer freakin Lopez.” Pun introduced me to Joe, like, “This is my female rapper.” Mind you, this is the second time we’ve ever really been around each other.
Ever since 2001, when a teenaged Remy Ma snatched the mic and out-shouted M. Her aggressive style recalls the shut-em-down boot-stomping of late-’90s East Coast rap, but delivered from a woman’s perspective.
and Busta Rhymes on a remix of “Ante Up,” the New York rapper’s raspy voice and thick Bronx drawl have struck terror in whatever poor squad found itself standing opposite.