It’s been a tumultuous month for the ladies of hip hop. Lil Kim was the target of slander on social media last week after fans and 50 Cent accused her of throwing shade at Nicki Minaj in her verse to Megan Thee’s ‘Plan B (Remix)’ Stallion. Although Kim denied the claims, things escalated for the Barbz after Nicki released her highly anticipated version of Queen Mix on “Super Freaky Girl,” featuring City Girls’ JT, BIA, Katie Got Bandz, Akbar V and Maliibu Mitch. They even accused Megan of “encouraging abortion and endangering children with alcohol” after Nicki slammed an unidentified rapper for trying to force her to drink while pregnant.

Megan has since denied the allegations, but the drama with the rap girls is still at an all-time high. Cardi B apparently addressed the elephant in the room during a recent Twitter rant. “This shit is tiring and old and redundant,” she tweeted. “Same formula, DIFFERENT YEAR = start chaos, drama, then promote their shit. I actually have a life outside of my house and Twitter. Until b***** put an @ on it , they talk to their mother. Goodbye.” Although Cardi didn’t mention anyone in particular, she followed the tweet, insisting that anyone who has beef with her should directly tag her on social media.

The tweets come less than a month after Cardi shared another cryptic tweet, saying, “This week just proves what we’ve been saying for years… I’m part of people’s marketing plan. I refuse to help if I don’t get paid.” Shortly after posting, she retweeted a fan who wrote, “No because why every time someone tries to sell something they try to start with you randomly. Rappers, tik tokers, wrestlers, politicians lmaooo. Make ’em pay!!!!!’ What once seemed like a growing sisterhood of female rappers now seems like a divisive battleground.

Share your thoughts on the subtle nuance and ongoing beef with HNHH.