Apparently, Nicki Minaj isn't too happy about the relative lack of attention her two songs featuring subliminal shots at Remy have gotten in the aftermath of "Shether," Remy Ma's vicious diss record directed at The Pinkprint artist.

A couple days ago, the effortlessly inflammatory Charlamagne Tha God claimed the Young Money MC actually texted him and DJ Envy complaining about them not showing her two Remy disses—"Swalla" and "Make Love"—love on Twitter or on their show.

"Nicki actually texted me this week, she texted you too Envy," Charlamagne explained on The Breakfast Club at around the 1:00 mark in the clip below. "She called us both phony and fake. The reason she called me phony and fake was because I tweeted that' Remy Martin is so disrespectful' after the diss record came out and Nicki says I didn't say anything about her two verses that she put out this week."

Charlamagne went on to say that he and Envy did play her Gucci Mane collaboration "Make Love," even dropping a bomb on the track during her verse. Still, neither Charlamagne nor Envy have been feeling Nicki's recent methods of retaliation, which include the Young Money songstress posting a video of Beyonce's shout out to her and a screenshot of Plato O Plomo's relatively meager album sales.

Both Charlamagne and Envy say Nicki needs to respond to Remy with more bars, which she still hasn't done. You can listen to what the two media personalities have to say in the video below.

Twitter Responds to Remy Ma's Nicki Minaj Diss "Shether"

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