Remy Ma recently did a Facebook Live interview with Buzzfeed’s Another Round podcast, which saw her speaking to hosts Tracy Clayton and Heben Nigatu on a lot of issues, including life in prison and her (widely publicized) ectopic pregnancy. In addition, she also continued to address the now-iconic diss track “ShETHER“, as well as the song’s main target, Nicki Minaj (Remy had a “message” for Foxy Brown as well). Piggybacking off of her own statements during last week’s sit-down with Wendy Williams, Remy would much rather have been collaborating with Nicki at the end of the day:
I do not condone or recommend the tearing down of another female. That’s not what I do… Anybody that knows me knows that I embrace females…I think we work so much better when we work together and when we help each other…in the event that you piss me off and we become archenemies, run for cover.
I actually liked her but don’t try and come for me… It just bothers me that me picking apart another female is what went viral. We could’ve done this working together…I just think it would’ve been cooler if we came together and did something crazy and that’s what everyone was talking about. I don’t regret it, I’m just not particularly proud of it.
As far as whether or not Nicki Minaj will respond, Remy made her interest in that very clear (“I don’t care”). She probably shouldn’t hold her breath anyway — most reports continue to reinforce Nicki’s choosing to remain silent…which is unfortunate.
Check out the full interview below.
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