The internet undoubtedly had the time of its life picking apart each slanderous bar on Remy Ma’s “SHETHER,” but for the song’s creator, there is some disappointment in the hype of the track’s aftermath.
She did clarify that if you rub her the wrong way, likely in the case of the Queens rapper, she’s ready to take aim.
“I do not condone or recommend the tearing down of another female,” Remy Ma said. “That’s not what I do. Anybody that knows me knows that I embrace females. I always want to do some girl-oriented thing. I think we work so much better when we work together and when we help each other. I just don’t, especially when I know someone who’s come from somewhere like I’ve come from, when you come from the bottom and you’ve actually managed to make something of yourself, it just makes me happy. It just makes me all mushy inside. However, in the event that you piss me off and we become archenemies, run for cover.”
Later in the interview, the Bronx wordsmith did fess up to not being “particularly proud” of “SHETHER.” She also explained that she and Nicki could have made an equally powerful impact doing a collaboration.
“It just bothers me that this record that I put out where it’s literally picking apart a female went so viral, and every media outlet wants to talk about it and pick it up. I feel like we could’ve done the same thing working together. I would’ve liked it so much better that way. … I don’t regret [“SHETHER”], but I’m not particularly proud of it,” she said. ” I just think it’s crazy the way people celebrate women attacking each other as opposed to working together.”
While admitting that she was “on high alert” in the week after dropping “SHETHER,” Remy is not among those waiting for Nicki’s response (which is probably not coming anyway).
“It’s over now,” she said. “If she wants to say something then cool, but I said what I had to say and that’s really it.”
Watch Remy Ma’s full interview above.