*Remy Ma was grilled about her slaughter of Nicki Minaj on the dis track “ShETHER” during her visit to “Wendy Williams” this morning with Fat Joe.
Asked why Nicki was targeted, Remy said, “It wasn’t that she was targeted. I hear people like, ‘We’re waiting for her response.’ [‘ShETHER’] was the response. She started it.”
Remy went on to mention that Nicki has been “doing this” to “a lot of females,” like Lil Kim, Mariah Carey, Taylor Swift and Miley Cyrus. “And no one ever does anything.”
“What is it that she does?” Wendy asked, on behalf of all of us.
That’s when Remy finally broke it down. She said it wasn’t necessarily about what Nicki has said about her on records. “It was the behind the scenes things that you people would never know about, as far as trying to keep me off of red carpets, trying to make sure awards don’t go to me – [by threatening] she’s not gonna be in attendance, or try to get people to make bad reports about my album sales, or just anything that I’m doing to make me look less and make her look better. When you’re trying to stop my bag, when you’re trying to stop me from taking care of my children, I have a problem with that.”
When Wendy brought up all the “research” that went into “ShETHER,” Remy said she’s the kind of person who will “catalog” information on a friend, just in case the friendship goes sour one day. “Nothing never happens, I never open the file cabinet.”
Wendy wanted more details about the “ShEHTER” line suggesting that Meek Mill couldn’t have sex with Nicki for 90 days in the wake of a butt enhancement that malfunctioned.
Remy explained: “Me and Meek had a relationship prior to this, when I first came home [from prison] and he was incarcerated, we would talk on the phone, and I haven’t spoken to him since they were together. I’m not gonna sit here and say, ‘Oh, it was a malicious conversation.’ People feel like he was foul, but there’s a lot of foul things that people do when they break up.”
As the interview was wrapping, Remy explained why she was dressed like she’s going to a funeral.
“I came appropriate for the services,” she said of Nicki’s suggested demise. “My grandmother told me I should never speak ill of the dead, so we’re just gonna leave this conversation alone.”
The audience hollered.
“Bring the car around, I’m leaving,” said Wendy. “I’m going home.”
Watch below [ShETHER talk begins at 4:40 mark]: