Nicki Minaj
Nicki Minaj once again threw some shade at Remy Ma on Instagram. Pictured: The “Anaconda” singer attending the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards in New York on Aug. 28, 2016. Reuters/Eduardo Munoz

Nicki Minaj will stop at nothing to bring Remy Ma down. Following the success of her new singles that were clearly her responses to Remy Ma’s “shETHER” and “Another One,” Queen Barbz once again threw some shade at Papoose’s wife by flaunting her butt for the “Whuteva” rapper.

On Sunday, Minaj took to Instagram to share a snap of her doing her signature squat position. The Grammy-nominated hip hop artist donned a salmon pink one-piece that emphasizes her bottom. To top it all off, Minaj used a part of her “Make Love” verse to send a strong message to Remy Ma.

Minaj didn’t stop there as she continued posting snaps of her skintight outfit while she’s in Paris. She also used lyrics from her smash hit “No Frauds” to indicate that she’s blatantly challenging Remy Ma to outdo what she did with her new songs. In one post showing Minaj with a big smile on her face, the Young Money artist admitted that she’s quite happy both on the outside and the inside.

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Meanwhile, the clock is ticking on Minaj’s challenge to Remy Ma, and the latter has yet to drop a response track and book a show or an interview. Earlier, the Fat Joe rap crew member suggested that she was up to something. She posted a photo of her doing her hair and makeup while stating in the caption that she’s out to get some big cash. It wasn’t clear if she was referring to the half a million dollars Minaj is putting at stake for the challenge.

Should Remy Ma clap back at Minaj, however, it would mean that she’s not true to her word that she doesn’t care anymore. During her appearance on “The Wendy Williams Show,” she said, “I’m not waiting for anything. I’ve said what I said … That’s it.”

She also admitted during a recent interview that she’s not proud of her diss track that targeted Minaj. “I do not condone or recommend the tearing down of another female … I think we work so much better when we work together and we help each other,” she said.