On Wednesday, September 28, the "Real Atlanta" spitter shared a snippet of the alleged diss track. On the song, which will be released on Friday, September 30, she raps, "It's crack, and I smoke b****h like Pookie."
Shortly after teasing her fans with her new music, Akbar took to Instagram Live to address the alleged diss track. "It's up and it's stuck. Ain't nothing coming down," said the 33-year-old rap artist.
The subliminal didn't end there though. Akbar added, "It be the ones that don't know what's going on that have so much to say. I can really end b***h with like two lines." The spitter who collaborated with Nicki Minaj for "Super Freaky Girl (Queen Mix)" went on saying, "New music getting ready to drop."
Akbar's diss track came after Cardi tweeted, "Let's guess the next step…" She then cryptically noted, "A diss track that's going to be mass bought on iTunes and going to chart on Twitter."
Akbar and Cardi's explosive argument on Twitter allegedly stemmed after Akbar tweeted, "If @chartdata ain't say it we ain't believing the CAP," which many believed that she dissed the success of Cardi and GloRilla's collab "Tomorrow 2".
Responding to Akbar's post, Cardi wrote, "Count all the times chart data posted u." The "I Like It" raptress continued hitting back, "I don't really like the internet games …My dms is open and also the streets! I don't gotta @ I can change a b***h life just by a mention….AND YES I HIT THEM DIRECTLY ,I don't do the internet!!"
The social media back-and-forth became more heated as their kids became a topic of conversation. Cardi even shared a look at a sex tape of Akbar while Akbar countered by involving Offset in the drama. After she fired off a few insults, the Migos star jumped online to clap back.
Seemingly joining the online feud was Akbar's pal Nicki. "Still ugly btw," Nicki cryptically tweeted. Cardi then appeared to believe that the "Super Freaky Girl" hitmaker threw a shade at her. A few minutes later, Cardi clapped back, "Don't start arms."
After the heated social media exchanges, Akbar's Twitter account got suspended. Then on Wednesday, she launched a brand new account. Promoting her new username, she wrote on Instagram, "Yeah follow my twitter @iamakbarvback."