In the Friday, June 21 episode of her radio, the "Megatron" raptress called out Miley before comparing the "Malibu" singer's body to chicken. "Perdue chickens can never talk s**t about queens," Nicki said, referencing some comments Miley made about her back in 2015. "She disrespected me in a magazine article for no reason."
The self-proclaimed black Barbie aLso accused Miley of performing sex acts on producer Mike WiLL Made It during their recording sessions. "I had just seen her after she sucked Mike WiLL's d**k in the studio... now you coming out with pink wigs, all you b****es wanna be Nicki," the 36-year-old star, who was joined by Trina and Blac Chyna in the episode, explained.
Fans were surprised by the revelation as they thought Nicki was shading Cardi B with her lyrics that read, "I ain't never have to give a rap producer h**d."
Miley, meanwhile, has yet to respond to Nicki's diss.
Nicki's comment arrives nearly four years after her and Miley's infamous back-and-forth at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards. At the award-giving event, Nicki confronted Miley for her past interview remarks. However, Miley's newest single "Cattitude" was probably the one that provoked Nicki.
On the song, Miley name-dropped both Nicki and the latter's rival Cardi. Praising the "Bodak Yellow" hitmaker, Miley sang, "I love you Nicki, but I listen to Cardi." Despite the lyrics, the "We Can't Stop" hitmaker has since debunked the rumors in an interview and disclosed the real meaning behind the eyebrow-raising lyrics.
Miley explained her lyrics during a radio interview, "Actually, one of my songs says, 'You want to know if we're really beefing? There's no beef; I'm a vegan.' I think that you're allowed to enjoy two artists who fill a similar lane. And I just always grew up collaborating with [Selena Gomez] and Demi Lovato], and there was never competition. [Ariana Grande] is one of my best friends."
Back to Nicki's Queen radio appearance, the Young Money female emcee also revealed that she and her boyfriend have obtained a marriage license.