New York rapper Remy Ma isn’t going to let you low-key throw shade her way. The hip-hop diva is making the social media circuit after having to put a fan into place over checking her “saggy” boob game.
This past weekend, a screenshot surfaced of Remy getting it in on a debate over her cleavage following a public outing.
In late January, Remy Ma rubbed elbows with Australian hip-hop artist Iggy Azalea.
Last month, both Remy and her husband Papoose paid their respects to Martin Luther King Jr.
MLK🖤 “I have a dream…” My husband @papoosepapoose has always idolized MLK and throughout our marriage I learned so much from him about the Civil Rights Leader. Last year I had a performance in Memphis & asked my driver how far we were from the Lorraine Motel and eventhough it was like 4 a.m, I asked him to drive us there. It was rainy and deserted but it was such a moment🙏🏽 #Blacklove #MeetTheMackies #RemyMa #RemyMafia
Growing up as a child while most people idolized Tony Montana, the fictional character played by Al Pacino in the movie Scarface, one of my idols was Martin Luther King Jr. Amongst all of his amazing accolades, one of the things I always admired was his belief in non violence. Although, personally, I’m a firm believer in the famous Malcom x quote “an eye for a eye, a tooth for a tooth”; I have the utmost respect for Dr Kings philosophy. I came to the realization that Dr. King was far more brave than most. Obviously, he wasn’t afraid of violence at all. As a activist & leader of the civil rights movement he stood on the front line and fought against segregation, racism, hate, and oppression. Dr king was stabbed, constantly threatened, arrested, physically beaten and still continued to fight for us as a people. He put his life on the line and was eventually assassinated. Sad to say we still have a lonnnng way to go. Dr King is the reason we came this far. #RIP I wanna thank my wife for taking me to visit the Lorraine motel in Memphis Tennessee where Dr King was assassinated. He was there to lead a peaceful march in support of striking sanitation workers. Although this is the place he lost his life he came in peace and that’s a important part of the legacy he left behind. #blacklove