"Got your ghostwriters back, so you think you lit," raps Remy Ma on the song that will have everyone in the rap land talking this week. A day after Nicki Minaj's verse on Gucci Mane's "Make Love" had everyone perceiving lines like "One platinum plaque, album flopped, b---h, where?" as shots toward Remy Ma, the Bronx Bomber now claps back over Nas' classic "Ether" instrumental for a seven-minute scathing diss track, titled "ShETHER."
"Let's be honest you stole that line about 'bitches being your sons,' how you take my '09 jail tweet and run," Remy raps, before releasing a series of darts ("Stop talking numbers, you signed a 360 deal through Young Money through Cash Money through Republic / Which means your money goes through five ni—as before you touch it"), and later signing off with "VH1 watch this, you just got bodied by a Love & Hip-Hop bi—h."
Throughout the diss, Rem calls out Nicki for past freestyles baiting the BX rapper, supporting a "child molester" (Jelani Maraj), using ghostwriters, and a flurry of barbs. Enough reading, hit play above.