Nicki Minaj is saying, “What’s good?” to Miley Cyrus once again.
Recently, the Hannah Montana star seemingly reignited her longstanding feud with the rapper after singing, “I love you Nicki, but I listen to Cardi [B],” in her new song Cattitude.
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Needless to say, the female MC was none too pleased!
On Friday’s episode of Queen Radio, Nicki called out Miley, claiming she hooked up with producer Mike WiLL Made-It:
“Perdue Chickens can never talk s**t about queens. She disrespected me in a magazine article for no reason. I had just seen her after she sucked Mike WiLL’s d**k in the studio.”
Mike and Miley have collaborated on a number of songs, including We Can’t Stop, 23, and Party Up the Street.
As you may remember, back in 2015, Cyrus sided with Taylor Swift, who feuded with Minaj over MTV Video Music Awards nominations.
Miley said in a New York Times interview:
“What I read sounded very Nicki Minaj, which, if you know Nicki Minaj is not too kind.”
During the show — which Cyrus hosted — Nicki got on stage after winning Best Hip-Hop Video and exclaimed:
“Back to this bitch that had a lot to say about me the other day in the press. Miley, what’s good?”
During Queen Radio, Nicki also revealed she is getting married to her registered sex offender beau, Kenneth Petty.
“We did get our marriage license.”
“I think I have what I was striving for, just happiness… It was so hard to get to a happy place. Now that I’m there I don’t want to compromise that for anyone of anything. Certain traveling things I don’t wanna do it. I’m just enjoying my downtime.”
As we wrote, the two got hot and heavy in her latest music video, Megatron.
Despite facing criticism for putting Petty in the clip, the 36-year-old artist simply does not care. Per a TMZ source on Friday:
“She’s happy and in love and he’s not going anywhere.”
Petty first went public with Nicki back in December 2018, and it is obvious they are still going strong to this day.
Kenneth was sentenced to between 18 and 54 months in state prison at the time of his 1995 conviction, though it is unclear how much time he actually served.
Petty was also charged with manslaughter back in 2006 after allegedly shooting a man in an unrelated incident.
[Image via Dutch Press Photo/Sheri Determan/WENN.]