It’s been a little over a month since Nicki Minaj dropped her Remy Ma clap-back track “No Frauds” and today she’s doubled-down by giving the world a brand new video to go along with it. Shot in London, the new visual component brings the Young Money trio of Minaj, Lil Wayne and Drake back together once again. If that’s not a reason to celebrate, then I don’t know what is.
Minaj teased that she’d be releasing the “No Frauds” video yesterday over Instagram, writing in the caption of a picture of herself hugging a young fan that, “She asked Degeneres Queen to release the #NoFraudsVideoOnVEVO tomorrow at 12 noon EST…. I smiled & said: ‘Yes, my young Queen, your wish is my command.’ I then blessed her & all of my loyal fans in the Nation of Pinkslam. The palace rejoices. Watch the throne.”
For those that don’t quite remember all the details behind “No Frauds,” and Nicki’s beef with Remy, which already seems like it happened a million years ago, Minaj dropped the track in response to the diss song “Shether,” where she was attacked by Remy for her butt implants, her relationship with Meek Mill, ghostwriters, her alleged pedophile brother and more. In “No Frauds,” Nicki responded without mercy, rapping, “They say numbers don’t matter / But when they discussin’ the kings / They turn around and say Lebron ain’t got 6 rings / I never signed a 360, b*tch you wild dumb / That’s why Jay ain’t clear his verse for your album.”
You can catch the “No Frauds” video above.