On Tuesday (May 30), Papoose took to Instagram to post the tender message on the New York rapper’s special day.
“Happy born day to 1 of the best mothers/wives I know,” the rapper said. “The Queen of all Queens. @remyma We too solid!! They can’t penetrate steel with wood babe.”
After Papoose showered his wife with birthday libations, many fans and celebrities took to the comments section to take part in wishing Remy Ma a Happy Birthday as well.
Memphis Bleek said, “Happy Birthday to your Queen,” while Fat Joe simply added a gang of fire emojis. One fan left a lengthy message that honored the longtime couple on Remy Ma’s birthday.
“I’ve always been of fan of the REAL QUEEN [Crown emoji] of HipHop!!!,” the fan said. “The Love & bond that surrounds The Black Love circle has always been inspirational & a strong bond!!! Happy Birthday @remyma One of the first [one finger emoji] best n this game, Enjoy ur day to the fullest sweetie.”
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Within the carousel of images Papoose shared, the majority of the pictures showed the couple spending quality time with each other and their daughter.
Meanwhile, Papoose recently appeared on episode 2 of Listen To Black Men — a new interactive video series with CassiusLife and MadameNoire to discuss being a father and postpartum depression.
“When a woman gives birth, it’s a big deal,” Papoose said. “I think that as a man, you gotta understand what your woman just went through and you really gotta be patient and roll out that red carpet and you really gotta play a whole different role. I mean she just had a baby. You can’t expect her to go to the fucking club.”
Papoose previously appeared on the inaugural episode of the new video series and provided some insight into how he believes marriages work, and revealed why wives can veto certain things regarding their husbands.
“When you get married, you take wedding vows. He has to honor his queen. If she disagrees with something, he has to take her perspective into consideration going forward. He can’t just totally disregard her point of view,” he said.
He added: “Happy wife, happy life.”
The rapper also talked about recognizing a partner’s boundaries and dealing with jealousy regarding his wife, Remy Ma, who also acts, being in intimate scenes with another man. However, for the “Alphabet Slaughter” rapper, it’s just “work.”
“It’s just a job. It’s just the work place. I would never feel insecure about that,” he said. “We talking about a situation where everybody [is] being respectable and doing their job and keeping it moving.”