Rumors of a feud between Nicki Minaj and Cardi B have been swirling for months, but the female rappers seemingly put the gossip to rest when they teamed up with Migos to create the track “MotorSport,” which was released Friday.

“I get upset off, I turn Offset on,” Cardi B raps, which is a reference to her relationship with Quavo. “I told him the other day/ Man, we should sell that porn.”

Minaj fires, “I call him Ricky; he say love me like Lucy/ Get you a straw, nigga; you know this p---y is juicy.”

While the female rappers might not be in a feud, it doesn’t mean their skills are equal — at least as far as Twitter users were concerned. Migos was a top-trending Twitter topic Friday with more than 48,000 tweets. “Cardi and Nicki” were a top-trending topic of their own, garnering more than 20,000 mentions.

Memes set the mini-blog abuzz, with most people generally saying Minaj’s flow put Cardi B to shame. Some of their messages have been shared below:

Two days before the song dropped, Minaj went on a Twitter rant about sexism in rap. 

“Putting ppl in the same sentence as me after my 10 years of consistent winning. What are you teaching THEM? They’d never do this to a man,” she tweeted.

“In any field, women must work TWICE as hard to even get HALF the respect her male counterparts get. When does this stop?” the native New Yorker tweeted. “The greats collaborated w/Drake, Kendrick & Jcole b/c they’re dope MC’s. They collab’d w/nicki cuz someone pulled a gun to their head.”

In the middle of her messages, she shared a tweet from a fan that read, “With people constantly trying to bring her down or her talent, she’s having to not only work for her own success but work for recognition.”

Minaj uprooted tweets from years ago where rapper Kendrick Lamar wrote, “Just realized. Moe n---az hate nicki minaj than woman do.”

The “Anaconda” star added: “This is so telling. And scary. I’d have to wear some baggy pants n timbs for men to openly give props.”

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