Remy Ma may have missed out on many classic opportunities to remix/freestyle hip-hop’s biggest songs as she was imprisoned for six years. But now that she’s out she isn’t going to pass up on the chance to flaunt her mic skills and freestyle over one of hip-hop’s biggest songs of 2014, Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot N*gga”. Check out her freestyle after the jump.

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COURT REPORT

 |  August 15, 2008
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So DMX was arrested once again yesterday in a Miami Wal-Mart no less. The reason for being arrested was his failing to show up to a Phoenix Court on Wedsnesday to answer to charges of drugs and weapons possession. The glamorous life of a rapper huh, getting picked up in Wal-Mart.

Also as we reported yesterday, Lil Wayne failed to show up to court as did Young Berg in New York City for various charges relating to weapons and drugs. Boys will be boys I guess

Also in prison news, word is that Remy Ma and Papoose have finally tied the knot.

Lisa Raye was arrested after fighting with her soon to be ex husband and driving her car through the gates to the estate, the couple once shared. He changed the locks on her and she decided nothing was getting in her way of getting into her home including a heavy set of gates.

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REMY SECURES LAWYER FOR APPEAL

 |  August 4, 2008
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When your case is headed to the appeal courts, you have to make sure you have the best legal representation available to man and Remy Ma has made sure she is going to be represented to the highest level when it comes to the appeal of her trial. Bringing on board William Murphy Jnr, a prominent Baltimore lawyer, Remy and her crew hope that he will have the same success for her that he has had for clients such as  DMX, Mary J Blige and Don King.

William Murphy, or Billy as he is more favorably known is sure that Remy Ma will be vindicated of all charges once his team unearth the real truth of what happened last Summer when the Bronx based rapper allegedly shot friend, Makeda Barnes-Joseph, in the stomach after leaving the Pizza Bar in Manhattan.

Remy was found guilty of  assault, illegal weapon possession and attempted coercion and was later sentenced to eight years behind bars. remy