Remy Ma and Papoose shared some major news with the world after revealing that they are expecting their first child together. Remy Ma shared a series of photos and videos from the ceremony this past weekend and thanked everyone involved in a lengthy caption. However, in one of the hashtags she used, she revealed that she was four months pregnant. I’ve been eating right, working out, and preparing for this for l”almost a year. We are so happy; thank you to everyone that prayed for us and sent blessings our way,” she wrote and shared a flick of Papoose holding her belly at the ceremony.
Hip-hop is a tough game in which only the best survive. From the early days of the male-dominated genre, female rappers have proved that women, though few in numbers, are fearless, strong especially when unified and are not only capable of standing as tall as the next man but also of outshining them.
Many female rhymers, from Queen Latifah to Nicki Minaj, have destroyed the proverbial glass ceiling to become legends in their own right.
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The Lady of Rage
Over a thumping instrumental, Reminisce raps about her appreciation for the Queen Bee through references to her classic Hard Core track, “Queen Bitch.”
“If Peter Piper pecked ’em, I bet you Remy ducked ’em,” she raps the way Kim did in ’96. “I told you not to touch ’em / It’s not up for discussion.”
The beat samples Roberta Flack’s “Hey, That’s No Way to Say Goodbye,” with its haunting piano keys. It’s the same sample that was famously used on “Queen Bitch,” which featured The Notorious B.I.G.
Married Hip-Hop couple Remy Ma and Papoose are going to showcase their romance for the world to see by joining the cast of “Love & Hip Hop: New York.”
The VH1 show as seen its fair share of drama (some possibly scripted, some not), so we’ll have to see how Remy and Pap play into it. No word on who else will be joining the cast for season six, so stay tuned.
Papoose’s new album, You Can’t Stop Destiny, is due out on July 17th.
Grammy-nominated Bronx rapper Remy Ma returned to her childhood home in the Castle Hill Houses with her husband, Brooklyn rapper Papoose, 36, after being released from Bedford Hills Correctional Facility for Women after serving six years in the slammer for shooting and wounding a childhood pal in 2007 in a beef over $3,000 her victim allegedly took from her purse.
“I’m ready to get back to being a positive member of society and sharing my musical talents with the world,” Remy said.
Remy put out a remix of DJ Khaled’s “They don’t love you no more,” spitting out lyrics about her incarceration.