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Nicki Minaj Hints at Possible Truce with Remy Ma in New IG Story Post



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Nicki Minaj has recently sparked speculation that her long-standing feud with fellow rapper Remy Ma might be coming to an end, leading fans to wonder if they’ve buried the hatchet.

On Tuesday, November 7, the Queen of rap took to her Instagram Stories to share a quote from one of Remy’s rhymes while promoting her upcoming album, Pink Friday 2. She wrote, “Look over your shoulder, I’m in da Rover, it’s OVER b!ch,” borrowing lyrics from Remy Ma’s verse in Big Pun’s 2000 track “Ms. Martin.”

Just below that, Nicki Minaj dropped a significant hint by adding “12.08.23,” which is the release date for her highly anticipated LP.

This Instagram post sent fans into a frenzy, with many expressing their shock and excitement at the prospect of Nicki Minaj and Remy Ma reconciling their differences.

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“WAIT NICKI WAS QUOTING REMY? THEY SQUASHED THEIR BEEF???” one fan exclaimed, while another chimed in, saying, “So Nicki and Remy back cool. Aww s**t lol.”

Some fans voiced their support for a potential reconciliation, noting that both artists have demonstrated their lyrical prowess in the past. “Honestly, if Nicki and Remy did make amends, I wouldn’t be mad because they kept it in the music! Nicki even said that herself—she ain’t gonna try to fight Nicki and s**t. She did what rappers do, not sensitive individuals who can dish it but can’t take it,” one fan observed.

One daring fan even speculated that Nicki might be hinting at a Remy Ma collaboration on Pink Friday 2, exclaiming, “Nahhh, no cap, if Remy Ma is on Nicki Minaj’s album, I’ma break my phone, dawg.”

The ongoing feud between Nicki Minaj and Remy Ma has been a subject of interest for hip-hop enthusiasts over the years, with both artists engaging in lyrical jabs. Their feud reached its pinnacle in 2017 when Remy Ma dropped “ShETHER,” a nearly seven-minute diss track aimed at Nicki, in response to Nicki’s verse on Gucci Mane’s “Make Love.” Despite the heated exchanges, by November of that year, Remy Ma hinted that she was moving past the beef, denying that her “Wake Me Up” collaboration with Lil Kim was aimed at Nicki. She expressed her contentment with the current state of her career and her positive outlook on things.