Rah Ali's Cameo In Nicki Minaj's "No Frauds" Music Video Is The Ultimate Clapback, According To Fans — VIDEO
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It's official: On Wednesday, when Nicki Minaj's "No Frauds" music video came out, Rah Ali became part of Minaj's clapback to Remy Ma's series of disses. I wonder where this Ali/Minaj alliance came from, and how Remy Ma's face must have looked after the visual announcement. And based on the reactions on Twitter, I'm not the only fan wondering this. The release of the video followed a post made a day prior by the rapper on Instagram, where both Minaj and Ali are posing beside each other, and Minaj calls Ali her "good good sis."

The "No Frauds" video is set in London, where Minaj is donning an elaborate headpiece posing in front of Big Ben. But that wasn't the showstopper. The next scene flips to a night club where Drake and Lil Wayne make an appearance, and Minaj says, "I got before and after pictures of your surgery." In that moment, it was really unclear where this was going, but one thing was certain: it was about to get worse. At least for Remy, who was on the receiving end of this diss track.

Along with Minaj's lyrics, "Rah took you to her doc, but you don't look like Rah," Ali strikes an unapologetic pose next to a curtain of beads, as if to say, "Oh, you thought I wouldn't snitch?"

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You can watch the full video below:

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After Ali's appearance at the 2:34 minute mark, fans on Twitter were all aboard the petty express... myself included.

We Feel For You, Remy

No one could have seen this coming ... right?

But The Pettiness Began...

Not Wendy.

And Continued:

Seriously, though.

As a refresher: Rah Ali and Remy Ma were on Season 6 of Love & Hip Hop: New York, where their friendship deteriorated — or at least that's what Ali claimed in a letter published by Baller Alert. However, she noted that teaming up with Minaj was not "out of spite or payback." So far, Remy Ma hasn't responded to Ali's comments.

In "No Frauds," Minaj roasts Remy for a multitude of things, low blows that you probably would have guessed would happen after Remy's own set of diss tracks. But Rah Ali was evidently here for it. So, what happened with Remy and Ali, and will they make amends before things get worse? Does this mean we should expect a comeback song from Remy Ma, or is it safe to say the duel is canceled once and for all? Fans need answers.