Nas Isn’t to Blame for Remy Ma’s ‘shETHER’ Being Pulled Off Radio
Now that Nicki Minaj released her new song “No Fraud” aimed at Remy Ma, news recently surfaced that Remy’s diss track, “shETHER,” has been pulled on radio and Soundcloud. At first, conspiracy theorists reportedly blamed Nas for yanking it off the airwaves, possibly choosing sides in the Remy Ma Vs. Nicki Minaj feud.
However, the legendary Queens rapper says it wasn’t him who pulled the song. Insiders told TMZ that the blame goes to Universal Music Publishing. The publishing giant owns the song and Remy Ma didn’t get permission to use it. Interestingly, "shETHER" is available for download on iTunes, although that could change very soon.
Sources close to Nas insist that the "Illmatic" rapper would have never interfere with a rap beef— in fact, he supports battle rap (obviously).
As for Remy, she’s not particularly proud of "shETHER."
“I do not condone or recommend the tearing down of another female. That’s not what I do,” she said in an interview earlier this week. “Anybody that knows me knows that I embrace females. I think we work so much better when we work together and when we help each other. However, in the event that you piss me off and we become archenemies, run for cover.”