Nicki Minaj Finally Responds to Remy Ma With ‘No Frauds’, Twitter Isn’t Impressed
Nicki Minaj has been trending all morning after dropping her #3PackFromParis, a three song release that included “Change It” featuring Lil Wayne, “Regret In Your Tears” and “No Frauds” which takes shots at Remy Ma.
However, for the most part, folks weren’t feeling what’s been deemed a pretty lackluster response, particularly in comparison to Remy’s scathing diss “ShETHER.” In fact, had Remy not made the bad decision to drop “Another One” (which Nicki addressed on “No Frauds”) the battle of words wouldn’t have even been close to a contest.
Fans debated late into the night and early this morning on Nicki addressing “Another One” while mostly ignoring “ShETHER,” Nicki’s flow, and the likelihood that “No Frauds” will probably get a lot of radio play, even with Nicki’s lackluster bars because it’s a pop song. Still others quickly dismissed any ideas that the song was at all comparable to 2Pac’s “Hit ‘Em Up.”
Take a look at some of responses to Nicki’s “No Frauds” below.
Me during ShEther vs me during No Frauds pic.twitter.com/vM93Qk1O10
— Vizy (@VizyLawrence) March 10, 2017
So Nicki Drops No Frauds and did about as much damage as Hercule pic.twitter.com/S9dAXSyPTh
— SaiyanZ Rage (@rage_saiyanz) March 10, 2017
So Nicki, I guess you are a queen..queen of denial. You've been selling B grade rap for so long, some ppl think No Frauds is a good clapback
— Tahbarri Clendinen (@tahbarri) March 10, 2017
When I was listening to shEther I was SWEATING lmao No Frauds only got a smooth head bop out of me I’m sorry.
— Daddy (@drefamous) March 10, 2017
— Banks (@bvhks) March 10, 2017
I just listened to "No Frauds." It wasn't bad. It wasn't Shether either. And the guest verses? Nah.
— Marc Lamont Hill (@marclamonthill) March 10, 2017
When the PartyNextDoor reference track for "No Frauds" leaks the Barbs and the Owls are going to be upset.
— Rap Game WOJ (@CAWBBBB) March 10, 2017
Nicki woke up this morning and seen everybody clowning her "No Frauds" diss on Twitter & sent Safaree a "You up?" text
— EverybodyHatesBdell (@Bdell1014) March 10, 2017
Ppl actually trynna compare Hit Em Up to No Frauds ? The disrespect too real
— The People Champ (@Vpreston83) March 10, 2017
when Nicki Minaj's rapping turns into singing pic.twitter.com/8g0FLnSag0
— reggie (@1942bs) March 10, 2017
No Frauds is a business move.
No Frauds is for radio play.
No Frauds will be on every station.
— Gabby (@GiftofGabb_) March 10, 2017
Don't let these goofies let you think we measure hip hop by the accolades handed out by white America. That's all Nicki has left. No frauds
— Ghost (@_yungpresto) March 10, 2017
Me listening to Remy MA's #shether vs me listening to Nicki Minaj's no frauds
So nicki, Wayne & Drake, kindly take several seats yall ♀️ pic.twitter.com/txgJEoI3Hl
— ayan (@NubianInGold) March 10, 2017
No Frauds is a catchy song but a trash response, fact
— Esobar (@HoelessZeus) March 10, 2017
So Nicki fifty-leven days and um-teen hours later decided to respond: No Frauds!
— Itsloudinsidemyhead (@itsShirleyBIH) March 10, 2017
Defending no frauds because of its "climbing" iTunes rank? Trash gets picked up once a day also.
— Emanation (@MisreadPoet) March 10, 2017
Drake a houstonian Jamaican Spanish rapper from London and he on a song called "No Frauds". Total help me sing
— Mugen (@NerdLifeThuggin) March 10, 2017
No Frauds was trash. How y'all able to lie tonight on this app saying she snapped lol?
— Quavo Presley (@BattlesReggie) March 10, 2017
Me listening to SHEther vs. me listening to No Frauds pic.twitter.com/KFIaonFBNc
— Will…. (@senorwillyp) March 10, 2017
SHEther was the paragraph you send your man while No Frauds was the most Irrelevant part he responds too
— hahajajaja (@ci1017) March 10, 2017
Nicki listening to the final production of No Frauds thinking she killed it pic.twitter.com/p5hoiL5Bqq
— jamming still (@JenTheMermaid) March 10, 2017
See the difference between shether & no frauds, Shether had the WHOLE internet shook, no frauds only has nicki fans shook
— Dev (@devonceeknowles) March 10, 2017