Remy Ma, who has 10 days left in her prison sentence, was recently asked if she expected her now-husband Papoose to hold her down while she was in prison.
“Absolutely not," Remy Ma says in a phone interview with Power 105.1's Angie Martinez. “I’m still shocked….the fact that he’s official. He’s an official dude, really. Like, nobody can ever front on that. He held it down better than some of my best friends that I grew up with and...family members. He’s official.”
The female emcee also extended her support for Nicki Minaj. “Nick has always been a supporter and vice versa,” Remy Ma says. “I like what she does. She’s done wonderful things for females, but I just wish there was more of them. I don’t know what they’re doing; they’re letting these guys take over.”
Remy Ma, who was featured on Terror Squad’s 2004 single “Lean Back,” says she made up fellow Terror Squad member Fat Joe while she was in prison.
“That was one of my epiphanies that I had,” Remy Ma says. She reached out to Fat Joe in a phone call. “It was a really really good conversation. At the end of the day, I could never hate him...as much as I’ll be like, ‘He gets on my nerves go away,’ I’ll never feel like that. And he did do a lot to me. Even though Pun was the one that I met and he introduced me to Steve Rifkind and Loud Records and all of that, I had a lot of great moments with Joe, and I respect that.”
Although Remy says she didn’t want to sign a deal immediately upon release, Tony Yayo recently advised 50 Cent to sign Remy Ma in an Instagram post.
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