Remy Ma Was Shading Nicki Minaj's Rap Style Long Before 'SheEther' 

In a clip from VH1's "Hip Hop Squares," the rapper says Nicki is always rapping about her butt.

Remy Ma has mastered the art of throwing shade. 

Long before she claimed the title as the best female MC with "SheEther," the artist was throwing shade at Nicki Minaj as a contestant on VH1's Hip Hop Squares.

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The Shade Room posted a clip of the Bronx-native on the show last year, where she was tasked with completing lyrics to Minaj's hit record, "Anaconda." "You know what I'm kind of thinking she would say something about her butt. Cause that's always every other two bars," Remy said.

The comment was met with laughs from her co-contestants, who promptly pointed out the shade. 

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"The song is called 'Anaconda', that’s what she’s talking about," Remy says. "But where’s the anaconda going to go?"

"I’m actually a big Nicki Minaj fan and I know all her lyrics. And her next line is, ‘Now I’m eating some tacos.’"

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French Montana, who was on the hot seat to guess if Remy is telling the truth or not, agreed. But it's revealed that Remy was wrong with the line ending, "Now he's calling me NyQuil."

In February Nicki Minaj and Remy Ma had a digital rap beef with both ladies releasing diss tracks aimed at each other's professional and personal lives. While it ended in Minaj's lackluster "No Frauds," we have a feeling the animosity between the pair is still alive and well. 

In February Nicki Minaj and Remy Ma had a digital rap beef with both ladies releasing diss tracks aimed at each other's professional and personal lives. While it ended in Minaj's lackluster "No Frauds," we have a feeling the animosity between the pair is still alive and well. 

In February Nicki Minaj and Remy Ma had a digital rap beef with both ladies releasing diss tracks aimed at each other's professional and personal lives. While it ended in Minaj's lackluster "No Frauds," we have a feeling the animosity between the pair is still alive and well. 

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