Mom-to-be Remy Ma has decided to share her thoughts on the nasty fight between Nicki Minaj and Cardi B at a New York Fashion Week event a few days ago.
The famous femcee, who has had her share of feuding with Nicki, made some surprising remarks.
While appearing on REVOLT’s “State Of The Culture” with Joe Budden, Remy Ma said that all this drama is funny to fans who tweet and laugh about it.
She echoed Nicki’s words by saying it will no longer be funny once someone or their loved ones get hurt.
Remy, who is pregnant and spent seven years in prison, said it is not worth it.
One fan weighed in by saying: “If Cardi wanted to pop up she wouldn’t wear that dress, the dress was holding her back more than the securities? she knew exactly what she was doing! She wants to be about that life but isn’t really about it. There are time and place for everything u can’t afford to act classless everywhere, you have only one successful album sis be humble!!!”
Another follower stated: “Why would they even invite her to this upper echelon knowing her whole career is based on a different lifestyle.. that sounds stupid asf. They invited her knowing how she gets down, to make their event more relevant. All those celebs are there to make it more relevant. She’s not at the mercy of those ppl. More like the other way around. Don’t invite a duck to a chicken event and get upset when the duck don’t act like a chicken”
This person claimed: “@remyma you spent 7 years away from your child for what? If this is your take on this situation, then your 7 years was in vain. Nothing is worth letting someone move you to violence. There is no justification for what transpired between these young women. As a black woman, I am disgusted that these women resemble me. It is shameful what we have as representatives of us in the media today. Incidents and justification of incident like these continue to tarnish our race.”
While on Beats 1 Queen Radio show, Nicki denied that she ever insulted Cardi’s daughter, Kulture.
She said: “It’s all lies. I would never ridicule anyone’s child. I was wearing a Gaultier gown off the mother f–kin’ runway, and I could not believe how humiliating it all felt — how we made ourselves look.”
Nicki concluded by: “You came into my f–kin culture. I never had to bang a DJ to play my songs. You call black women roaches. Real bitches never attack a woman. You’re angry, and you’re sad. This is not funny. Get this woman some f–kin help. This woman’s at the highest point in her career, and she’s throwing shoes?”
What are your thoughts on this feud?