[Watch] Remy Ma Weighs In On Female Rappers Not Being Taken Seriously

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As with most during this pandemic, the hosts of Revolt’s State of the Culture continue to meet as scheduled via video chat to catch up on all things music and culture related. In their recent show, Remy Ma touched on “female rappers not [being taken] seriously” as well as some women’s ability to battle against the men lyrically,

While she neglected to mention any names, Remy did vouch for the women in rap who “pen really moves and if they wanted to, they could stand toe-to-toe with the guys.” When pressed further about who she was referring to, the New York rapstress was coy, saying that she had to be careful when complimenting fellow female rappers. Nevertheless, Rem was sure to add that despite what she may think of someone personally, she will always give props when due if the skill set is there. 

Earlier in the chat, Remy also made it known that while many may have bigger records than hers, her pen is unmatched compared to most of her female rap counterparts. 

“The same way with me. I could be the…most of these females can’t mess with me,” Remy said. “But when it comes to the business across the scale, there’s certain things that I’m not going to do to make sure that I get there.

I’m just not doing that. And there’s just certain things that are not going to get me there, just because I’m me.” 

Check out the full discussion for yourself and take a guess at who Rem may be speaking about.

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