Remy Ma Addresses Social Media Trolls: 2022 No More Fake Pages… Tell Me The Address U Wanna Get Your A** Beat
Remy Ma has one simple request for her enemies in 2022.
East coast hip-hop heroine Remy Ma is tired of faceless social media users that have too much to say. On the day before New Year’s Eve (Dec. 30), she made an Instagram story post that read:
“2022 no more fake pages… come with the energy on ur real page, n tell me the address u wanna get ur a** beat…. n don’t sue me after.”
It’s unclear if the post was directed towards a specific person; however, The former Terror Squad member has had her fair share of rivalries throughout her career.
Her first documented feud was with the legendary Foxy Brown. The two share the same stomping grounds, but they’ve been at odds since 2004. Their feud began when Remy Ma reportedly took an issue with respecting those who came before her, especially Foxy. Over the years, they continued to go back and forth. Words, lyrics, and punches have allegedly been thrown between them, and there have been reports about Remy mocking Foxy’s hearing loss.
There was still friction on at least one end as of 2017. Foxy Brown, who has been in and out of the studio for years, reemerged with a song called “Breaks Over,” which is said to specifically address Remy.
Many people are well-acquainted with Remy’s beef with rap star Nicki Minaj.
It all started in 2007 when Remy felt like certain lines from one of Nicki’s early freestyles were aimed at her. While confirmation from the “Chun-Li” rapper has never been documented, Remy reportedly insisted that “Dirty Money” was, indeed, about her.
Remy rehashed the drama ten years later with the infamous “Shether,” which was a female spin on Nas’s explosive 2001 diss track to Jay-Z.
From that moment forward, the two women were embroiled in a heavily publicized, never-ending spat.
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