Remy Ma Leans Back On Fat Joe Beef: “I Can Never Hate Him” [Audio]

Remy Ma Leans Back On Fat Joe Beef: “I Can Never Hate Him” [Audio]

Former Terror Squad member Remy Ma has spoken out on her relationship to former mentor Fat Joe and revealed if she still holds any grudges toward the fellow New York rap veteran.

Despite a past publicized feud, Remy said she had no ill will toward Joey Crack.

“That was one of my epiphanies that I had. I was like, ‘OK, now I see why he wanted to kill me.’ I understand that. … I can never hate him. I’m the type of person that if I ever loved you, even if you make me mad, I’ma love you to death. I’d never be able to stand there and watch somebody do harm to him.” (Power 105.1)

A few weeks ago, Remy said Joe provided strong guidance during her stint on TS.

“I think our issues came from our egos conflicting. [Fat] Joe used to give me advice on what to do and what not to do, but I didn’t listen. He guided me, but I didn’t listen to him. If I would have listened to him then, things would have been different now. If I would have listened to Joe half of the time…You don’t realize it at the time because when you’re young you think you know everything.” (Billboard)

The Bronx, New York native also confirmed ceasing the beef with Joe.

“I just recently spoke to him and we had a wonderful conversation. It started off a little awkward. [Laughs] We’re both like, ‘Just say what you want to say.’ We were both holding on to our egos. ‘Well what do you want to say?’ ‘No what do you want to say?’ We finally let it go. We ended up talking about things I want to do when I get home. He said, ‘I still think you’re the dopest female rapper ever.’ (Billboard)

Asked if Fat Joe or other TS members had reached out during her eight-year bid in 2012, Remy said only Prospect and ex-member Cuban Link extended their hands.

“No, I haven’t spoken to that guy in forever,” Remy said, referring to Fat Joe. “Nobody [came to visit me from Terror Squad.] Not Joe, not any member from the group, not the deejay, not the manager, not the A&R, not anybody from the entire Squad — sent a letter, call anybody from my team, talk to my son, anything. I don’t think I’m allowed to say the words that I want to say to describe [how I feel.] Prospect might have called my brother and checked on me a couple of times and I can’t really include Cuban Link because they kind of kicked him out the group but he reaches out.” (Hot 97)

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