Remy Ma and Azealia Banks’ online beef is heating up. The two female rappers battled it out over the weekend, and now they appear to be resorting to throwing subtle digs and indirect disses at each other through social media.

On Monday, American media and content company Mass Appeal hailed Remy Ma as one of the most influential and cultural figures in 2017. The publication even wrote a feature story, entitled “Wonder Woman: How Remy Ma Changed The Game For Female Rappers In 2017,” in honor of Papoose’s wife.

It was revealed in the story that Remy Ma has signed a multimillion-dollar recording contract with Columbia Records after releasing hits like “All The Way Up” and her seven-minute diss track against Nicki Minaj, “ShETHER.” The latter  won Remy Ma a BET Award for best female rapper. The multiplatinum artist is proving to be a forced to be reckoned with as she now works on her upcoming album, “Seven Winters, Six Summers.”

The “Love & Hip Hop” actress seemed to be quite pleased with her latest milestone as she decided to flaunt it on Instagram. Remy Ma uploaded a screenshot of the Mass Appeal story and thanked the publication in her caption, saying: “Thanks @massappeal for naming me one of 2017’s most influential and cultural figures.”

Just a day prior, Remy Ma was exchanging words with Banks after the latter came after the “Wake Me Up” rapper for attacking Minaj in her new music. It wasn’t clear if Banks spotted Mass Appeal’s story on Remy Ma, but it’s worth pointing out that the controversial female artist seemed to have made a subtle diss against her new enemy online.

Banks apparently took to Instagram to repost best-selling author Toke Makinwa’s message on jealousy, which read: “Sometimes jealousy isn’t only because of what you have materialistically; people envy how others love you, show love to you, and have love for you. People envy the way you handled a situation that they would have probably died over.”

“What they thought would’ve broke you, didn’t. They can’t stand to see you hold your head up high. Some people envy your intelligence and how you could make things happen. They envy because something that they couldn’t get past, you passed with flying colors.”

Fans were immediately confused if Banks was implying that Remy Ma could be jealous of her. However, some interpreted the “212” hitmaker’s post as her way of calling out Remy Ma for acting all high and mighty. “[Azealia Banks] is not jealous of Remy or any other woman rap artist. I think she was calling out Remy to get off her high horse. Sometimes the truth hurts,” one fan wrote.

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