Congratulations to Remy Ma, who was just honored by her borough, The Bronx with a street sign on the Bronx Walk of Fame.
This past weekend, the rapper was recognized for her contributions not only as an artist but also as an activist within her community.
Remy took to her Instagram to post the good news with her fans. “I’ve come so far from the girl that used to take the 6 train and ride the Bx22 bus. I’ve had to go to court across the street from where that sign is, I’ve lived in a shelter down the block from where that sign is, I’ve went to high school a few lights up from where that sign is,” she wrote.
She continued, “I debuted one of the biggest songs of my career is the stadium behind where that sign is… I appreciate &am so thankful for where I am, I wouldn’t change a thing about where I’ve come from, and I’m excited to see where I’m going. Thank you Bron Borough President @msvanessa77 and Deputy Borough President @jpegnyc for this honor.”
Remy Ma was joined by fellow Terror Squad member Fat Joe and her husband Papoose along with Bronx Borough President Vanessa L. Gibson and Deputy President Janet Peguero.
Congratulations to Remy Ma once again!