Now that the dust has settled and the lyrical shrapnel has been cleaned up, several rappers have offered their thoughts on Remy Ma’s brutal Nicki Minaj diss track, “shETHER.” Minaj’s ex-boyfriend, Safaree Samuels, is still reeling over the Bronx rapper’s lyrical salvo at the Queen Barbz.

In an interview with TMZ, Samuels is at a loss of words over the devastation that Remy Ma left behind. "It’s probably the most disrespectful record I ever heard in my life," he said.

The Love and Hip-Hop: Hollywood star doesn’t even know if Minaj can even properly respond to her. "I don't know 'cause what can you even say?" he asked.

When asked if he would help Minaj penned a worthy response track to Remy, he clearly backed away from that question. "I don't get caught up in the whole female beef thing," he said. “I’mma try to mind my business as much as possible.”

Good call.

Even Remy's good friend Fat Joe is not jumping in the middle of it. In an interview with Chicago's WGN-TV, the rap veteran said that he's staying out of the feud but supports Remy. "All I can say is I love my sister and I support her 1 million percent," he said.

Meanwhile, Nicki Minaj appears relatively unbothered by Remy Ma's diss song, which is No. 2 on the iTunes music chart. She's busy shooting a top secret music video with Future.