Is Remy Ma Dissing Nicki Minaj On New Song “Warning” ?


(AllHipHop News) Fat Joe and Remy Martin just released their new album Plato O Ploma and with it comes a new record titled “Warning” featuring Kat Dahlia.

There’s already speculation some of Remy’s bars are squarely aimed at New York rapper Nicki Minaj.

While Joey serves up some anecdotal street rhymes, it is Remy’s verse which seems to be aimed squarely at Nicki Minaj, that will have fans talking.

“How dare you allow people to compare you/Better be careful/I don’t care you, tried to be my friend but I didn’t care to/bob and weave on you hoes like hairdos/ I’m from the Bronx man/why would I fear you/when you scared to death and your flunkies is scared too/felt your heart trembling when I came near you/

Even though Remy never mentions the famed rapper by name, people will assume she is once again taking some subliminal shots at Nicki Minaj on “Warning.”

A few days ago, Remy denied her “barbs” were deliberate shots at Nicki.

“If you look at the history of Remy Ma, whenever I’ve had a problem with any female in the entire game I will say your name,” Remy said during an interview with The Breakfast Club. “I do not want you sitting there thinking, ‘Oh my god, is she talking about me?’”

She continued, “I’m going to say your government [name]. I’m going to look it up. I’m going to say your mother’s name, your father’s name, your kids’ name. I want you to know that I’m talking about you.”