Nicki Minaj
Nicki Minaj reunited with her Young Money co-artists Drake and Lil Wayne to finally clap back at Remy Ma’s diss tracks. Pictured: The “Anaconda” rapper posing for photographers on the red carpet when she arrived for the TIME 100 Gala in Manhattan, New York on April 26, 2016. Reuters/Shannon Stapleton

It seems Nicki Minaj did silently work on her response to Remy Ma’s diss tracks “shETHER” and ”Another One.” To return the favor of being slammed publicly twice, Queen Barbz released two tracks to show Remy Ma who is the real queen of rap of this generation of female hip-hop artists.

Prior to clapping back at Papoose’s wife, Minaj dropped some hints by posting on her Instagram a photo of her and her Young Money squadmates Drake and Lil Wayne. Since the “Anaconda” hitmaker is still in Paris because of her engagements there following Paris Fashion Week, Drizzy and Young Tuneche made time to fly to France and be with Nicki Lewinski.

In a follow-up, Minaj shared a photo of what appears to be a banner of their reunion, which has the words “#TB3” and their famous rapper names: “Tuneche,” “Barbie” and “6 god.” Around the same time that she posted the image on Instagram, her two new tracks “No Frauds” and “Changed It” were released online.

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“No Frauds” is a collaboration between the three artists. In Minaj’s verse, it’s clear that she’s not holding back in clapping back at Remy Ma for all the things she said against her. Read some Minaj’s lyrics below.

I don't need no, frauds
I don't need no, drama when you call
I don't need no, fake
Soon as I wake up keep an eye out for the snakes, yeah
'Cause I don't need no, fraud
I don't no, drama when you call
I don't need no, lies
Pick a side, pick a side
Sheneneh, you a fraud committin' perjury
I got before and after pictures of your surgery
Ra took you to her doc, but you don't look like Ra
Left the operating table, still look like "nah"

Meanwhile, “Changed It” is Minaj’s collab with Birdman Jr. In this song, she raps about Remy Ma gambling her career with the things she did and that it’s very likely that it’s going downhill from here. Minaj also emphasized in her lyrics that she’s still the number one female rapper in the industry. Check out the track below.

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