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Nicki Minaj joined Lil Wayne’s set at Rolling Loud California where they performed some of their hits together on Saturday night. They played “Truffle Butter,” “Bed Rock,” and “High School.” However, what has the internet talking is the rapper’s reiteration of a line from her newest single “Red Ruby Da Sleeze,” which is seemingly aimed at Megan Thee Stallion.

“I only f— with, I mean, I don’t f— with horses,” she says in the video that has been shared hundreds of times online. “I said, 700 horses will be fixing to leave, but I don’t f— with horses since Christopher Reeve.” She then proceeded to perform “Chun-Li.” Christopher Reeve was an actor most famous for playing Superman; he was paralyzed from the neck down after a horse riding accident in 1995.

The Queens native has been in several beefs in the past. Most recently was her back and forth with Latto over the Grammys.

“If SFG (Super Freaky Girl) has 2B moved out RAP then so does Big Energy! ANY1 who says diff is simply a Nicki hater or a troll,” Nicki tweeted at the time.

Latto tweeted back at Nicki, “Damn I can’t win for losing… all these awards/noms I can’t even celebrate.”

Although “Super Freaky Girl” stayed on the Billboard Rap Charts for eight weeks, Nicki was not nominated for a Grammy at the award show this year. Latto ended up with two nominations, one for Best Melodic Rap Performance for “Big Energy (Live),” and another for Best New Artist.

In “Ruby Da Sleeze” fans also thought she came for Latto as well with the line, “We don’t be Karen like Donna-na, na-na-na-na,” referring to when Nicki called Latto a Karen in their dispute over the Grammys in December.

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