Remy Ma is no stranger to controversy. The Bronx rapper is currently facing a potential lawsuit from Azealia Banks and was rumored to be working on a Nicki Minaj diss track with Lil Kim. So while it's tough to pinpoint just exactly who is the target of her upcoming remix of Kodak Black's "Roll in Peace", the unnamed emcee certainly has a reason to be afraid.

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 "I get a 100 bands, bitch/You ain't even got no man, bitch/Why would I give you a chance, shawty?/Even I can give you these hands, bitch," she spits in an Instagram video posted on January 5.

Last February, Remy released "Shether," a scathing track aimed at Minaj rapped over Nas' classic "Ether" beat. "Now when I shoot Nick at Nite, they won't understand it/I'm Wild'n Out, 'bout to hit Nick with the Cannon/How are you on the VMAs, actin' like you hood?/Way across the stage, talkin' about 'Miley, what's good?'" she rapped, referencing the awkward moment between Minaj and Miley Cyrus at the 2015 VMAs.

While the beef between Remy and Nicki remains in the headlines, the Bronx rapper also rekindled her issues with Banks on Instagram in December.

Speculation over who Remy was aiming at on the new single instantly ramped up on Twitter, with some even wondering if it's a shot at fellow Bronx rhymer Cardi B.

So are we gonna just pretend like Remy Ma didn't just diss @iamcardib in her #rollinpeace #freestyle Catch that Hennessy and Bacardi line. #pressplay #Finesse

— Female Rap Game (@FemaleRapGame) January 6, 2018

Remy Ma ate Roll in Peace & before yall instigating ass get to assuming & talking shit she wasn’t talmbout Nicki

— 💲✨Amir (@apage_mari) January 6, 2018

So y’all know Nicki is my girl BUT ....that Remy ma roll in peace remix was nothing but 🔥🙄

— Black Barbie (@F_HUE22) January 6, 2018

Recently, rumors swirled that Ma was expecting a child with husband Papoose, though that remains unconfirmed.

Hopefully, Remy will drop the full version of "Roll in Peace" ASAP so we won't have to speculate for long about who the track's target is.