Remy Ma Lets Everybody Know The Ruler Is Back

Less than a month ago female rapper, Remy Ma was released from prison. Fans, artist, and many in the music industry are extremely happy she is back on the scene again. Remy Ma, 34, was sentenced to eight years in prison in May 2008 for shooting an associate, Makeda Barnes-Joseph after a fight. After serving six years, the rapper was set to get out of jail early on good behavior. However, her July 31 release date has been pushed back.

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Now that she is back Remy is letting it be known she is not one to play with and she still is one of the coldest female rappers. The Conceited rapper posted a photo last night with a caption that caught us off guard.

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Now with only a few female rappers who are relevant in the industry we trying to narrow it down to a few we think she maybe referring to.

Iggy Azalea 

Nicki Minaj

Lil Kim

Azealia Banks

Now I don’t believe it is Nicki Minaj because we were told the two have a good friendship, but that still leaves us with Iggy, Lil Kim, and Azealia. At the end of the day all we know is shots were fired, but at who is the question? Could this mean we are anticipating a diss from Remy Ma? Let us know who you may think she may be referring to.

Ty Coleman

Ty Coleman is the Jr Fashion Editor for Kontrol Magazine. She is a senior attending Clark Atlanta University In Atlanta, Georgia where she is studying to obtain her Bachelor Arts degree in Public Relations Management. Ty plans to be in the fashion industry as a Public Relations Specialist,Writer, and Stylist. Miss Coleman is originally from Los Angeles, California where she claims she received her source of inspiration to be in the fashion industry. Ty's love, passion, and desire to be a successful woman in the fashion industry only makes her journey even more exciting. " I accept the mistakes I both will and have encountered, because it has proved I have the ambition to grow and excel. and have absolutely no desire to fail." - Ty Coleman