Despite what fans may speculate, Remy maintains that if she wanted to write a diss track, she would’ve definitely dropped some names. However, “Wake Me Up” is not one of those records, so stop chatting.
Earlier today, the Love & Hip Hop star stopped by Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club to parlay all things music. She speaks on allegations that Papoose writes for her. That’s a negative. Out the gate, the Pinkprint elephant in the room is addressed and Remy continuously reprimands the radio hosts for mentioning people she does not want to speak about. In clearing the air about all of the internet rumors and misconceptions, Remy claims that her new recently released single titled “Wake Me Up” featuring Lil’ Kim is not about anybody else as it was originally insinuated that Nicki Minaj was the target. She says,
There was no grand alliance of me and Kim trying to get together. It was just two dope rap chicks getting together making a dope rap record and that’s just what it is.
Charlamagne the God was itching to get a question in and he went all for it. He asks Remy to clear up the Nicki rumors for the record and Remy says,
You hear the record. I don’t understand how many times I have to tell people. Envy you know me. Charlamagne you’ve known me. All of you in here known me for years, I have no problem calling out names. I don’t. I’m so over that. I’m past that. I’m in a good space.
Remy continues to praise the Queen Bee for her influence in hip hop and the dying desire to get her on the track. Through growth and maturity, Remy is more aware of repercussions and more focused on family than anything else. As far as other females in the rap game, Remy is not concerned about them. The Columbia multi-million dollar deal she just inked has her plenty busy these days anyway.
Remy is working with Vince and no she has no tea about his reported divorce proceedings with Tamar Braxton.
Rapper Khia tried to take shots at Remy but missed immensely because Remy has never met her and gives her the benefit of the doubt despite the shade. As far as who writes for Remy, Remy writes for Remy. She and Papoose have two completely different styles of writing and real Remy fans know she’s been doing her thing with “Conceited,” “The Ante Up Remix,” and on the late and great Big Pun’s album — before she even met Pap.
The craziness about “Shether” is touched on and Remy denies that Nas was the one who had the record pulled from iTunes but there were allegedly forces at work to keep this queen down.
If you’ve noticed Remy has been looking snatched recently and it’s not because she’s been nipped and tucked. In fact, she feels the whole plastic surgery culture is crazy. Let it be clear that Remy is not shaming women who get work done, but it’s simply not her thing. It’s all love with fellow female MC’s as Remy admits that she’s often offering Kash Doll, Dej Loaf, Cardi, and like artists advice.
Remy continues to talk about still being on probation with a 12:30am curfew, Meek Mill’s recent arrest, fake beef with 2Chainz, Papoose’s dragging of the Black Love movement, Cardi potentially being on the album, and how she maintains relationships with those in her life.
Take a listen to the full interview above! For more Remy you can always tune into Love & Hip Hop on Monday’s ’round 8/7c!