The clip begins with Minaj sitting in a throne before panning to images of her rapping in front of the Big Ben clock tower and various locations around London. She’s seen in a club as well as on a staircase with Drake waiting behind her nodding to her savage lyrics directed toward Remy Ma. At one point, Love & Hip-Hop star and former best friend of Remy Ma, Rah Ali, makes a brief appearance on her own, showing her allegiance to Minaj’s side in the feud. Drake raps his verse from the club scene while Wayne takes his place on the throne next to Minaj as the video’s king and queen.
“No Frauds” is Minaj’s response to the scathing, vicious diss track “Shether” that Remy Ma released earlier this year. On the same day, she released the Wayne-assisted “Changed It” and solo “Regret in Your Tears.” Minaj has hinted at a follow-up to her 2014 LP The Pinkprint but has not detailed whether or not these three singles will be part of the upcoming, as-yet-untitled LP.
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