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Rapper Remy Ma recently shared that Nicki Minaj’s single “No Frauds” affected her family. Although Remy Ma dropped her diss-track “Shether” first, the Bronx rapper insinuated that Minaj’s diss-track might have been more impactful due to the fact that it was used to bully her son.

Part of Minaj’s “No Frauds,” references Remy Ma’s jail stint where she was away from her son. Remy Ma claims that Minaj’s choice to use her past incarceration resulted in irreparable damage to her family, as That Grape Juice reports.

“What type of bum b—- shoot a friend over a rack?/What type of mother leave her one son over a stack?” Minaj raps on the track.

“When I got into the beef with old girl [Nicki Minaj] and she was saying whatever. I was okay because I know what the real situation is. But he’s a kid, so if he goes to school and he gets into an argument with somebody [it becomes an issue], ” Remy Ma said during a recent interview before revealing that her son had times where he would come home from school and tell her he had an argument or got into a fight because someone referenced the diss-track.

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