Rapper-turned-actor Bow Wow and former reality star Erica Mena have seemingly called off their engagement again. The pair, who got engaged in September 2014, have kept quiet about rumors their relationship was on the rocks, but Thursday Mena took to social media to bash her ex. 

It appears that their social media feud started Wednesday night when the "CSI: Cyber" actor posted a photo of himself and his baby mama Joie Chavis. Bow Wow captioned the photo, "We all deserve to be happy." The 28-year-old then posted another picture of him and Chavis at a nightclub. 

According to The Jasmine Brand, Mena, 28, responded to Bow Wow's photo, writing on Instagram, "Now he can go back to beating her a-- again. I'm good dealing with his Little man complex." 

The former "Love & Hip Hop: New York" star continued bashing the actor on Twitter Thursday. 

Mena was referring to Bow Wow's gig on the CBS "CSI" spinoff show. Mena also ranted about Bow Wow in a series of Snapchat videos, alluding to the rapper/actor cheating on her. 

“In a matter of weeks, my whole life has literally changed,” she said. “The thing I learned is that you cannot trust the snake… they might try to f--- your man.”

Bow Wow has not commented on Mena's claims that he physically abused his daughter's mom, but Chavis slammed the reports telling The Shade Room that it was "ridiculous." 

“Beat? When? Where? I NEVER say anythingg [sic] but this s--- is just unacceptable, and ridiculous to say the least," she said. "Shad has never laid a finger on me, so dead it!”

Chavis also dismissed claims she and Bow Wow were back together. “Y’all gotta chill with these long a-- paragraphs. It’s not that deep, bruh, and we are not together," she said. "We are just friends, and I am single. I know its probably weird to come who have f---- up relationships and can’t co parent but that’s not the case here.”

As previously reported, Bow Wow and Mena's relationship drama started in September when the actor posted a video slamming her for telling fans about her miscarriage. The former VH1 star told fans in an emotional, now-deleted post that she had lost their baby when she was four months pregnant.