The internet weighs in on Nicki's "No Frauds" feat. Drake & Lil Wayne.
Nicki Minaj threw the kitchen sink at Remy Ma in her new diss track "No Frauds," and it's clear all she cares about is numbers. The diss was riddled with references to her comparative wealth and commercial success. (She responded to "shETHER" by alluding to the poor first-week performance of Remy's album Plato o Plomo.) She then asked fans to send her screenshots of the iTunes chart position of "No Frauds" in various countries, and concluded by challenging Remy to drop a hit within 72 hours.
Here's how Twitter is reacting to "No Frauds."
nicki won if we're judging dis records by possible bat mitzvah spins— Desus Nice (@desusnice) March 10, 2017
BRO CMON YA REALLY AMPIN THAT NICKI SHIT IM GLAD SHES NOT DOING THE ANGRY BABY DINOSAUR FLOW ON THIS BUT ITS NOT REALLY HITTIN— THE KID MERO 🇩🇴 (@THEKIDMERO) March 10, 2017
Nicki Minaj definitely acted like Shether aint happen.. focused on how wack 'another one' was... Told yall.. Remy f*cked up w/ that song— DJ Akademiks (@IamAkademiks) March 10, 2017
Nicki thought that Jay line was gonna cause some damage.... pic.twitter.com/jclBbd793O— Low (@LowKeyUHTN) March 10, 2017
The TL when No Frauds dropped: pic.twitter.com/Q4L8evVOnK— Henn Bálor (@BlackIce392) March 10, 2017
Nicki Minaj writing No Frauds. pic.twitter.com/G72ad7yyWZ— Mukovhe. (@iMukovhe) March 10, 2017
Nicki buried the lede. The story is she took almost 2 weeks to respond, yet wants a response in 72 hours and then offers Remy hush money. https://t.co/WpI17fcEBM— Christiana A Mbakwe (@Christiana1987) March 10, 2017
Rappers better than nicki— Craig Bowie (@craigstreeet) March 10, 2017
- Romeo miller
- Eddie from thats so raven
- Buddy frm the Reese's puffs commercial
- the white boy from kidz bop
No Frauds is a business move.— Gabby (@GiftofGabb_) March 10, 2017
No Frauds is for radio play.
No Frauds will be on every station.
Shether is a better dis than no frauds but no frauds is a better song and will be playing way more regularly IMO ... just an opinion— Peter Rosenberg (@Rosenbergradio) March 10, 2017