Here's What the Internet Has to Say About Nicki Minaj's 'No Frauds'

Here's What the Internet Has to Say About Nicki Minaj's 'No Frauds'

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Published March 10, 2017

In the midst of Remy Ma’s double jeopardy diss track release against Nicki Minaj, many fans were left wondering if and when the Queens-bred femcee would ever break her glitz and glam silence for rap retaliation.

But anyone who truly knows Ms. Minaj also understands that she abides by no one’s rules except her own. Thus, “No Frauds,” a track she describes as a hit record with the simultaneous ability to diss, was upon us on Thursday night (March 9).

From the very first verse, Nicki wastes none of her “#QueensTime” to overturn some of Rem’s original claims from the fiery “shETHER” diss while reminding her how much of a flop some deemed her second diss record, “Another One," to be. Checking down the list, Nicki adds on claims of a ghostwriting Papoose, who is Remy’s husband, makes notable mention of the Bronx rapper’s attempted murder charge, an alleged rejection from Jay Z on Rem’s album, going under the knife for her own body enhancements, and even motherhood. Ouch.

Joining her for the ride, her fellow Young Money labelmate and label boss Drake and Lil Wayne followed up Nicki’s jab-packed verse for the track as well. But, of course, what would it be without the internet’s swift input? From salutes of DJ Envy and Deion Sanders Jr.’s 140-characters to a few disappointed fans and non-fans, check out how the internet’s rating Nicki’s bars for “No Frauds.”

Written by Diamond Alexis

(Photo: Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)

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