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Remy Ma Freestyle Reveals Rapper Has Beef With Men's Activists, Too

02/03/2017 07:56 SAST | Updated 02/03/2017 08:03 SAST
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Remy Ma has recently been <a href="http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-4260224/Nicki-Minaj-s-reply-Remy-Ma-s-seven-minute-diss-track.html" target="_blank">making&nbsp;headlines</a>&nbsp;after releasing the Nicki Minaj diss track "shETHER" on Saturday.

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With all of the buzz around Remy Ma's life-giving Nicki Minaj diss track, "shETHER," you may have slipped up and forgot that there are other things the rapper has issue with than just Black Barbie.

In a video posted by Marie Claire on Wednesday, Remy drops some quick bars on the unnecessary nature of the men's right movement ― which, bafflingly, is an actual thing.

The "movement" cropped up in the 1970s as a reaction to the rise of women's activism, and has since accomplished little beyond serving as an organizing space for misogyny.

With verses like "I'm really having a hard time seeing what y'all arguing for," Remy shares an understandable bewilderment as to why the movement even exists and segues into the disadvantages women routinely face.

"It's crazy, my bank account is determined by body parts," Remy rapped. "Breasts affects checks, ass affects cash."

She also addresses misconceptions about women and dependency: "I'm not pressed for you to hold a door/I'm not stressed for you to marry me."