Remy Ma is back at it again with another Nicki Minaj diss track, released just five days after the Bronx-rapper shocked the world with her seven-minute take down, titled “ShETHER.” In a nod to DJ Khaled, the song is called “Another One,” a single Funkmaster Flex debuted on his program earlier this evening (March 2, 2017).
The cover art is an illustration of a bloodied Minaj stamped “deceased,” lying atop of a sign reading “2x platinum” with a bag of money clenched in her hand, a message that Minaj’s claims she’s the better rapper because she’s sold more records and has more money is meaningless in a rap battle.
Minaj hasn’t responded with any music, though she’s stayed out in the public eye, always choosing high caliber backdrops. Earlier this week, she was spotting shooting a video with Future in the tropics, and then she headed to Paris where she sat front row at H&M’s and Rick Owens’ runway presentations. She followed with attendance at an after party where she was filmed having a glammy good time singing along to “Work” with Balmain designer Olivier Rousteing, Jourdan Dunn and Winnie Harlow.
And while she’s stayed mum, her Twitter fingers have been busy liking comments that take shots at Remy, including ones this evening, describing Remy’s “Another One” as trash.
And indeed, response to Remy’s “Another One” on social media has been underwhelming at best. Even putting aside the loss of the shock factor, Remy didn’t go as hard as she did in “ShETHER,” and as a result is receiving some backlash, including her own Instagram comments filled with Ls.
Hot 97 morning host Peter Rosenberg weighed in and his conclusion that Ma had shot herself in the the foot was echoed by many.
Welp Nicki did nothing and sat back and let Remy put out another song….it worked .. Remy’s new record is not it
— Peter Rosenberg (@Rosenbergradio) March 3, 2017
In fact, as we write, #thatwastrashremy is trending on Twitter.
Check it out below:
Remy Ma – Deceased (Another One) pic.twitter.com/8qj4EQM9DF
— SpotlightFirst.Com (@SpotlightFirst) March 3, 2017