Remy Ma had a world-stopping moment earlier this weekend when she released her very direct Nicki Minaj diss record, "ShEther," which had the Internet in a frenzy.

The Bronx native rapped for seven minutes over Nas' famous "Ether" beat, where she addressed tons of topics about Onika including her booty, her relationship with Meek Mill, her brother's rape allegation case, and much more. Following the release of the song, many were hoping that the Queens rapper would come with a diss record of her own, but unfortunately, hip hop fans are still waiting.

What Minaj did do with a response, however, was go to Instagram to post the low record sales of Remy's joint album with Fat Joe, Plata o Plomo, that dropped two weeks ago. Many rap fans were critical of Nicki's move—remaining on the skills of the battle as an MC, rather than the sale numbers of either artist.

Ironically enough, Remy is pointing out some numbers of her own, as she went on Twitter to point out that "SHEther" hit the #9 spot on iTunes, and is now currently at no. 2.

At first she wrote, "Not that I care but… #shETHER #9 rap song on US iTunes." Later, she commented again, stating, "#shETHER #2 C,this Y u shouldn’t base ya life around this.”These streets aren’t made 4 every1, that’s why they made sidewalks” #Barz."

Nicki still has yet to respond to the diss with a song.


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