Some emcees thinks that the Young Money rapper should just take the L and leave this one alone, while others thinks that she should respond sooner than later. The Wu-Tang Clan member has years of experiences dealing with lyrical feuds over his two decade old career, so you can say that he has credibility to speak on the Nicki Minaj and Remy Ma beef.
“She gotta really, really go for the gusto and just go air out s–t,” Raekwon told Billboard. “Remy comes from that school, and Nicki comes from that school in her way, too. It’s just interesting. You know, we were talking about that earlier, if they were just to really get it in — two different styles, of course — but they’re both New York chicks. I want Nick to say something just because, nine times out of ten, what Nicki said, she knew what she was getting into when she said it. Remy loves this. She gets down. Remember, at the end of the day, she just gets busy. She just comes from that school. But Nick, she comes from that school in her way, too, but she found a lane and she cracked her lane.”
Raekwon is currently promoting his new album The Wild, due on March 24th. The project is his first for years and will be on Ice H2O/Empire. During the interview with Billboard he also spoke about the Wu-Tang Clan’s final album Once Upon a Time in Shaolin and how Martin Shkreli get his hands on it.