Did Remy Ma Just Diss Nicki Minaj On Instagram?

Nicki Minaj has not seen the last of Remy Ma yet. The “shETHER” rapper appears to be back to throwing potshots at the “Anaconda” hitmaker, and this time she’s dragging Minaj’s fans into the mess.

On Sunday, Remy Ma updated her Instagram with posts from her Saturday night gig in Atlantic City with Yo Gotti, Rick Ross and other guest performers. Based on the way Papoose’s wife captioned her posts, she seemed to be targeting Minaj, as well as her fans.

In a video clip of her performing “Push It (Remix)” in front of the wild crowd, Remy Ma made a subtle dig at Minaj and her challenge to book shows. “Atlanta City was turnt last night,” she wrote and used a couple of hashtags including “#BeenBookedForMonths.”

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In the second clip she shared, Remy Ma can be seen onstage talking to her fans before her next song. In the caption, she may have shaded Queen Barbz and her fans by saying that she’s only performing for the “real ones.” Remy Ma previously insinuated in her viral diss track against Minaj that the latter is fake.

Remy continued her streak of posts, sharing a backstage snap of her and her girl pals, Ms. Jade and Lee Mazin. The pic of the trio appears to be a direct response to Minaj’s friendship goals photo, which the Young Money artist uploaded on Instagram after Remy Ma slammed her on “The Wendy Williams Show” for having attitude problems.

Even Remy Ma’s friend Lee Mazin appeared to have thrown some shade at Minaj on Instagram. First, she shared a snap of herself with Remy Ma and Ms. Jade and stated in the caption that the two women have always kept it real. She then uploaded another picture of her in skin-tight leggings that emphasized her booty. In the caption, Lee Mazin may have taken a jab at Meek Mill’s ex, saying that she didn’t get her butt enhanced or use photoshop.

Remy Ma
Remy Ma

Remy May may have just shaded Nicki Minaj once again on Instagram. Pictured: The “shETHER” rapper arriving at the 2016 BET Awards in Los Angeles on June 26, 2016. Photo: Reuters/David McNew

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