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Just in time for International Women’s Day, Remy Ma is changing her tune about her beef with Nicki Minaj and that scathing diss track ‘shETHER.’  On Tuesday night, Rem answered questions about life after prison and her beef with Minaj in a Facebook Live interview for Buzzfeed’s Another Round podcast.

Apparently, despite the praise she’s getting for the 7-minute track where she calls Minaj everything from a tramp to a coke-head, she actually is in complete opposition to smear campaigns against other women.

“I do not condone or recommend the tearing down of another female,” Remy said. “That’s not what I do. Anybody that knows me knows that I embrace females… I think we work so much better when we work together and when we help each other.”

Behind bars, the Bronx-bred rapper said she learned how to be supportive of other women. “However, in the event that you piss me off and we become archenemies, run for cover,” she added.

She also explained that the tension between her and Nicki became personal when Minaj tried to sabotage her career. She believes the two could have settled their differences privately, and made just as much buzz from a collaboration track.

“It just bothers me that this record that I put out where it’s literally picking apart a female went so viral, and every media outlet wants to talk about it and pick it up. I feel like we could’ve done the same thing working together. I just personally think it would’ve been so much cooler…if we came together and made something crazy. It could’ve been totally different. I don’t regret [‘shETHER’], but I’m not particularly proud of it.”

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“I Cried A Lot”: Snoop Dogg’s Gospel Album Helped Him Through “Sad” Times



Thugs gotta cry too.

In a moment of vulnerability, Snoop Dogg opened up to HH about how sometimes he gets a bit down, “I cry. I’m sad a lot,” the legendary rapper told us. Life’s “problems and issues” sometimes weigh on the 46-year-old, but thankfully, his new project, Bible Of Love helped to lift his spirits.

The double-disc album, 32-track, gospel album is the first of its kind from Snoop, and while not everyone is receptive, the Doggfather knows he’s fulfilling his purpose. “I stepped in the world (of gospel) to say, hold on, let me take my light … and put it on this gospel gang with some of the most extraordinary singers you’ve ever heard in your life,” Snoop stated.

And that he did!

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