Nicki Minaj
Nicki Minaj just gave a shout-out to her Hollywood pals and supporters after dropping her response tracks for Remy Ma. Pictured: The “Anaconda” singer arriving at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles on Aug. 30, 2015. Reuters/Danny Moloshok

Did Nicki Minaj get the last laugh amid her feud with Remy Ma? Queen Barbz bragged about her achievements in her new tracks, which featured her Young Money squadmates Lil Wayne and Drake. Now, Onika has another thing to show off: the support of her fellow music artists.

On Friday, Minaj took to Instagram to share a compilation of clips showing Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande, Jhené Aiko and Tinashe jamming to her new songs that obviously target her latest enemy, Remy Ma. The “Anaconda” singer even poked fun at how the female singers may be supporting her because they are “low-key savages” in real life. Minaj also noted how much their support means to her at this time. “Didn’t expect this but love u girls so much for reppin [sic],” she wrote as caption to her post.

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In another post, Minaj expressed her gratitude to her fans for putting all three tracks — “No Frauds,” “Regret In Your Tears” and “Changed It” — on the top spots of the iTunes All Genres chart. “My fans helped me break a cpl iTunes records today. I’ve been in constant state of gratitude for the last two months.. Thank u [sic] to my fans, once again. If u [sic] happy, I’m happy,” she wrote.

Minaj is apparently most proud of her collaboration with Tuneche and Drizzy, the single “No Frauds,” for it not only contains her response to Remy Ma’s “shETHER” and “Another One,” it also instantly became the first song by a female rapper to peak at no. 1 on the U.S. iTunes chart since her previous single “Anaconda” back in 2014.

Many of Minaj’s fans are also over the moon for the success of her new songs and for finally clapping back at Remy Ma after the latter disrespected her. One fan commented on Minaj’s Instagram: “Great job! Keep up the success [because] that’s what keeps the haters mad.” Another fan quipped: “Numbers do matter. Don’t let these poor patties tell you anything different.”

Meanwhile, Minaj directly called out Remy Ma in an earlier post. She slammed the latter for accusing her of not writing her own songs, saying “she’s been writing my own raps since I was 11.” She also challenged Remy Ma to respond to her in 72 hours and even stated that she’s willing to give the “Conceited” rapper half a million dollars to not mention Minaj’s name in any show or interview that will book her.