Remy Ma

One of New York City’s greatest talents has received a special distinction. Remy Ma has been honored with a street in her name.

A lot of rappers talk about changing the game but Remy Ma is really standing on business. She hopes to shorten the pay gap for female rappers with her new battle league.

According to published reports, Remy Ma is slated to host VH1’s new crime series, “My True Crime Story”, which will take a look at some of the “most headline-making crimes” and “their rise, fall, and redemption” according to the show’s bio.

The rapper and television star has long turned her life around but clearly remembers the time.


Being that Remy's currently expecting her second child with her "Black Love" partner-in-crime, Papoose, Ma's not playing any games or taking any chances with people who thumb their nose at the Coronavirus and walk around as if we're not living through a pandemic.

MC Lyte, Yo-Yo are Remy Ma are legendary MCs, and aren't too shabby on a reality show set either. The three Hip-Hop ladies are featured in the latest forthcoming episode of OWN's series Girlfriends Check-In.

Another old face from Love & Hip Hop: New York’s past has returned, and she still has a bone to pick Rich Dollaz. Plus, Tahiry has a serious medical scare, Yandy’s fight to change the prison system might be the reason her husband has not been released, and Remy Ma is facing more legal issues.

Looks like Remy Ma beat those charges like Rocky. Today (Dec. 2), a judged dropped all the charges the Bronx rapper was facing for allegedly putting hands on her ex-Love & Hip Hop co-star, Brittney Taylor.


A few months ago Bronx MC Remy Ma was involved in a Love & Hip-Hop related scuffle with fellow castmate Brittney Taylor, allegedly, during a concert at Irving Plaza. But because the code of the streets is dead in this current Hip-Hop era, Taylor decided to get law enforcement involved and is suing Ma for […]

Say it ain’t so. Bronx bred MC Remy Ma is under fire after making some insensitive comments on the latest episode of State of the Culture.

Remy Ma, who recently celebrated getting off probation, is still contending with her former Love & Hip Hop: New York castmate, Brittney Taylor. Taylor is now claiming that it was actually Papoose that punched her in the eye, not Remy.