Remy Ma Destroys Nicki Minaj on 7-Minute "shETHER" Freestyle

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The Nicki Minaj-Remy Ma beef kicked into overdrive on Saturday (February 25) after Remy Ma unleashed "shETHER," a scathing, seven-minute diss track over Nas' Ron Browz-produced "Ether."

Here, listen to this...

While Nicki landed some jabs on both "Make Love" alongside Gucci Mane and her "Black Beatles" remix, and Remy connected on multiple occasions on her newly-released album Plata O Plomo with Fat Joe, "shETHER" is an absolute knockout punch. We're talking a haymaker the size of Drake's 1-2 combination of "Charged Up" and "Back to Back," which, ironically, was aimed at Nicki's ex-boyfriend and social media shit starter extraordinaire, Meek Mill.

Hilariously, Nicki's initial response to "shETHER" was to post a screenshot of Plata O Plomo's first-week sales numbers to her Instagram.

Didn't Nicki learn anything from Meek's "battle" with Drake? Return with bars or don't return at all. (Although, while far from surprising, it is incredible that Remy's diss track has racked up almost half a million plays 90 minutes after its release, while 8 of the 12 tracks on Plata O Plomo have failed to reach 200k streams on Spotify in the eight days since the album's release.)

This one is just getting started. Stay tuned...


By Z, who loves to argue with you on Twitter.

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