Remy Ma will remained imprisoned, REVOLT has confirmed.
The Bronx rapper and friends pushed today’s date as her release from prison after 6 years but she will still remain behind bars.
An official at Bedford Hills Correctional Facility informed REVOLT that Remy Ma was invovled in a disciplinary problem on July 21.
That date also happens to be the same day the Bronx-bred lyricist phoned into Power 105 personality Angie Martinez’s radio show, although officials haven’t confirmed if that was the reason for her delayed release.
Due to the infraction, though, the rapper has to wait until a report about the incident is resolved.
There is no set timetable for the process or an updated release date.
A source close Remy confirmed to REVOLT earlier that she would be released this morning between 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. EST, however, a New York State parole official confirmed the rapper was still in custody.
Remy Ma is a now a free woman! After serving a 6 ½ year sentence for shooting a former friend in the stomach for allegedly robbing her, the rapper is being released from Bedford Hills Correctional Facility for Women. Could this mean a serious change for the female rap game? See what she had to say about her release below!!
Last week, the 34-year-old raptress spoke with Angie Martinez on Power 105 from behind bars and she dished on her life inside the big house, how she can’t wait to make her grand return on the rap scene and even talked about the competition…Nicki Minaj. She also talked about hashing it out with her former labelmate Fat Joe, marrying rapper Papoose in prison, getting her associates degree in Sociology while locked up and starring in her own reality show when gets out.
After so many years, is Rem ready to take over the rap game? She said, “Stand back. It’s not gonna be fair. My pen game is crazy.”
Hopefully SOMEBODY can save us from the current female rap game…
Here are the highlights:
On her marriage to Papoose: “After six-and-a-half [years], it’s kinda serious. You gotta respect that. That’s official. … He’s an official dude. Nobody can ever front on that.”
On Fat Joe: “That was one of my epiphanies that I had. I was like, ‘OK, now I see why he wanted to kill me.’ I understand that. … I can never hate him. I’m the type of person that if I ever loved you, even if you make me mad, I’ma love you to death. I’d never be able to stand there and watch somebody do harm to him.”
On signing a new deal: “I didn’t want to sign anything as major as a deal from [prison]. A lot of things have changed since I’ve been gone, so I wanted to come home.”
On female rap: “I’ve always repped for the chicks or whatever, but I can stand next to the best of the dudes that’s out there. That’s what I intend to do again.”
On Nicki Minaj: “Nick has always been a supporter and vice versa. I like what she does. She’s done wonderful things for females, but I just wish there was more of them. I don’t know what they’re doing letting these guys take over.”
On her reality show: “They’re making me do it. I keep telling them no. It’s too real.”
Check out her full interview with Angie Martinez!!