Remy Ma is one of the fiercest rappers to ever come out of the Bronx, New York. The First Lady of Terror Squad has rapped on tracks with Big Pun, Fat Joe, JAY-Z and more and has always held her own.

When it comes to her female counterparts, however, Remy believes they’re too scared to jump on a song with her. During a recent visit to Big U’s Checc’n In podcast, the “All the Way Up” rapper spoke about how her pen game strikes fear into fellow MCs, which explains her lack of female collaborations.

“My pen really go,” she said. “They know. Nobody don’t play with me. Even guys. People call me and they’re like, ‘You need to do some features.’ No girl wants to be on a song with me. Especially if she up!

“She don’t want Remy Ma on a song. They know what’s gon’ happen and the same thing goes for guys. A guy don’t wanna call me to get on a song ’cause he knows what’s gonna happen! So, it’s cool. I’m alright with it.”

Remy Ma also discussed her six-year stint in prison after being convicted of assault, illegal weapon possession and attempted coercion in 2008. She admitted she spent time with people that didn’t have her best interests at heart leading up to her incarceration.

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Having already proven she can rap her ass off, Remy Ma crossed over into the film space earlier this year when she made her acting debut in the BET+ film, American Gangster Presents: Big Fifty – The Delronda Hood Story. The Bronx native portrayed the real-life notorious Detroit queenpin Delrhonda Hood, with R&B singer Tank, Empire‘s Ta’Rhonda Jones and Raising Dion‘s Michael Anthony also starring.